Simply Criminal

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Federation Press, 1992 - Criminal liability - 298 pages
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"The management of the intellectually disabled remains one of the most vexed issues confronting the criminal justice system. ...The authors .. explore the problems confronting lawyers, the judiciary and the wider community. The specific dilemmas confronting these professional groups .. are comprehensively addressed. ...This book will make a significant contribution to our knowledge in the area. ..."Dr D Wells, Dept of Forensic Medicine
 

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Contents

The Intellectually Disabled Defendant
30
Director of Public Donovan Re 1989 39 A Crim
53
Competence in Court
79
Hiatt 1987 9 NSWLR Foucha v State of Louisiana Sup
90
Strategies for Defending
137
282
141
157 159 160 166
153
Domican and Thurgar v R 1989 43
178
General Principles
189
Custodial Options
237
Index
292
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