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Insanity (Law)

Here are entered works on the legal standard whereby persons with severe mental disorders are prevented from having legal capacity and are excused from criminal or civil responsibility.

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  • Insanity
  • Criminal insanity
  • Mental illness -- Law and legislation
  • Insanity (Jurisprudence)
  • Lunacy (Law)
  • Mentally ill -- Legal status, laws, etc
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