Insanity - Defence

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Which rules are used to identify insanity?
MNaughten rules
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Which case demonstrates that a moment of absent mindedness is not sufficient for inability it reason?
Clarke
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Which case demonstrates that the disease of the mind can be temporary or permenant?
Kemp
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Which case demonstrates that wrong means legal wrong not civil wrong?
Johnson
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The Criminal procedure Act 1991 outlines what for insanity?
Sanctions
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If the defence raises insanity the burden of proof is?
balance of probability
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If prosecution raises it they must prove?
beyond reasonable doubt
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If they successfully plead they will be not guilty by reason of insanity, this is the?
special verdict
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Which case demonstrates that a moment of absent mindedness is not sufficient for inability it reason?

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Which case demonstrates that the disease of the mind can be temporary or permenant?

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Which case demonstrates that wrong means legal wrong not civil wrong?

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The Criminal procedure Act 1991 outlines what for insanity?

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