'Neurolaw' changes the landscape of criminal responsibility - or does it?
Neuroscience evidence can help a defendant establish the necessary elements of an automatism defence and, more broadly, can influence jurors' - and judges' - determination of whether a defendant should be held criminally responsible.
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#1 Dec 9, 2012
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