I understand, and defer to your expertise on the word "insane" not being a clinical term.<quoted text>
OK, at times you do get me riled a bit, you are not stupid. You nor I are lawyers either; lawyers confuse everything, and they do it well! I however prefer to keep it simple, and I maintain my belief that you are guilty or innocent, and in the case we are discussing, all 12 jurors had to agree in Florida. FYI insane only exists in legal terms, there is no such clinical term. It has not always been the case, but it is now. Reguardless of what the goof squad wishes to belive,I do teach psychology, thus I am an expert source on that bit of information. I sometimes start things on here, to observe the response from the various intelligence levels one can find on here. I do it mostly for fun, and a stress burn!
We will agree to disagree on the legal meaning of a not guilty verdict.