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The insanity defense

by Richard Worth

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-- Focuses on popular subjects that are bound to capture the reader's imagination -- Provides a window into American culture -- Encourages moral reasoning and fundamental thinking How far does mental illness go in excusing criminal behavior?

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This book presents a historical summary of the origins and development of the insanity defense as well as an analysis of the methods for deciding when the criminally insane can and should be allowed to reenter society.

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