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Criminal Responsibility of the Insane

  • Oscar Woods (a1)

Many of those now present will probably agree with me that the law of criminal responsibility, as at present laid prisoners is not the same in England, Ireland, and Scotland. The existing law is ruled by the answers of the judges to certain questions put to them by the House of Lords in reference to the case of the “Queen v. McNaghten,” tried in 1843.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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  • EISSN: 2514-9946
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Criminal Responsibility of the Insane

  • Oscar Woods (a1)
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