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The threshold requirement for an insanity defense is proof of a “mental disease,” a concept that is often further defined to include only “serious” or “severe” conditions, or to exclude certain categories of conditions.1 The following paper addresses the proper definition of this threshold condition.

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Proposition: A Personality Disorder May Nullify Responsibility for a Criminal Act

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Author Robert Kinscherff
Number 4
Volume 38
Publication JLME
Journal Year 2010
 

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