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Critically examine and discuss the criminal law defence of insanity in relation criminal law
In criminal law, insanity is a defence that arises from a claim that the perpetrator was acting under the influence of an `internal' derrangement of the mind. An `external' derrangement may constitute automatism .Lawton LJ in R v Quick stated that "...this quagmire of law seldom entered nowadays save by those in desperate need of some kind of defence". Further in Woolmington v. DPP it was led the prosecution must prove beyond a reasonable doubt the constituent elements of any crime charged against D and to disprove beyond a reasonable doubt any defence save insanity that D may raise at h…
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