Not Guilty by Reasons of Insanity
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...reasonable doubt, has committed the act
b) The defendant, beyond reasonable doubt, was aware of the nature, quality, and wrongfulness of the act
c) The defendant, beyond reasonable doubt, had a mental disorder which significantly impaired his ability to act in accordance/conform his conduct to the requirements of the law
7) There was no significant reduction in insanity acquittals following the adoption of GBMI in the following states. Although in Pennsylvania and Georgia, NGRI... TEST QUESTIONS In determining whether a person is guilty of a crime, there are at least two elements that must be proven as true. Identify these two elements mentioned in the readings and define each one.
2) Discuss the two insa...