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13 October, 20:29

What is the difference between temporary insanity and Insanity when used in a criminal trial?

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  1. 13 October, 20:46
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    Within a case, temporary insanity is a form of defense generally use for those who have committed a crime of passion. Temporary insanity claims the defendant is deemed mentally insane during the time of the crime, but later on, is cured. Official insanity within a case justifies an individual can not distinguish reality from fantasy, is deemed uncontrollable, or can not manage their own affairs.
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