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McNaughten rules

A mid-nineieenth-century legal ruling that is still widely used in deciding whether a criminal defendant is insane and therefore not responsible for his actions. The ruling states that a person is criminally liable unless his reason was so defective that he did not realise the nature of his action or that it was wrong.

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