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Explain the Meaning of Insanity
must have a defect of reason;caused by a disease of the mind; so that he doesn't know what he's doing
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Kemp
arteriosclerosis caused occasional lapses of conciousness, causing him to not know what he was doing
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Bratty
psychomotor epileptic seizure could amount to insanity
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Sullivan
minor epileptic fit could amount to insanity
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Burgess
Sleepwalking can be a disease of the mind if caused by an interanl factor
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Clarke
a person who is confused or absent minded is not insane
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M'Naghten
raised the three issues for the defence of insanity
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