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Books Books 81 - 81 of 81 on Our statutes may declare, as they do, that " no act done by a person in a state of....  
" Our statutes may declare, as they do, that " no act done by a person in a state of insanity can be punished as an offence, and no insane person can be tried, sentenced to any punishment, or punished for any crime or offence while he continues in that... "
A Treatise on the Medical Jurisprudence of Insanity - Page 71
by Isaac Ray - 1871 - 658 pages
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Medical Insurance: Devoted to the Insurance Examiner and Clinical ..., Volume 13

Ferdinand Eugene Daniel - Medicine - 1897
...form of mental disease." New York has practically made her statute accord to this. The statute says: "No act done by a person in a state of insanity can be punished as an offense." Again: "All nations agree in absolving from responsibility a person of unsound mind," says...
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