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38. The insanity defense dates back to the English courts, where it was originally held that to be responsible for an act, the defendant must

 

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The insanity defense dates back to the English courts, where it was originally held that to be responsible for an act, the defendant must

  1. understand the wrongfulness of the act.
  2. be in a state of diminished capacity.
  3. have acted on an irresistible impulse.
  4. be able to recall the criminal act.

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1. understand the wrongfulness of the act.


   
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