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Interesting ways of defending yourself in court

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Even if you’re a law abiding citizen, situations which result in criminal defense may still happen to you. One of the worst things that can happen to a law abiding citizen is a danger of bodily harm or even death by another person. In order to defend yourself, which is a primal instinct, you may not realize you’re breaking the law.


The first criminal defense we will review refers to the situation mentioned above. The defense of duress. In this defense strategy the accused pleads innocent by stating that he or she did what was necessary in order to defend from someone. This applies only to serious bodily harm or death. In order for this strategy to work, the defendant must have made less harm than what the attacker planned to inflict. So have in mind that, even in self defense, you still have to care for the other person and make sure you don’t do more than what is necessary.


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Another thing we have for you today is ”Defense of automatism”. Defense of automatism is a defense in which the defendant claims that he or she was unaware or unable to control him/herself. The things people claim caused the state of unawareness are usually delusion, incapacitation, severe mental disability and even sleepwalking. In conclusion, they were in a state of mind in which they had no control over their actions, didn’t realize that what they were doing is illegal or wrong, or even no knowledge of their actions. There are two types of automatism, the insane one, and non insane one read more here  .

For the insane automatism cases, the accused usually gets psychiatric care or some other appropriate care, and for non insane automatism cases, the accused gets acquitted or the sentence turns out to be a lot lighter than it would have been.

Insanity plea and temporary insanity plea 

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Domestic violence is a serious issue and it can cause long lasting trauma. Usually calls for domestic violence don’t get resolved permanently and they can’t get solved until they fully escalate into a more serious, criminal act. Culmination of domestic violence is exactly what happened in the Lorena Bobbitt case.

lorena-bobbitt-2-800Lorena Bobbitt was married to John Bobbitt who had a long history of sexually and mentally abusing Lorena. This long abusing relationship culminated when John came home drunk one night and proceeded to rape Lorena. After he finished, she went to the kitchen to calm down, gazed upon the kitchen knife and all the memories of previous abuse came back to her. She then took the knife, went back in the room and cut off half of John’s penis. will help you to get more information visit this site right here  .

She drove off into the field and tossed it, after which she called 911 and the police came. She was questioned where the cut off penis was and what happened, after which they were able to find it and reattach it to John. In court, Lorena revealed all the previous situations concerning John’s abuse over the years and was acquitted of all charges. Due to serious depression, she was found temporarily insane and left the court room as a free woman.

downloadJeffry Dahmer was one of the worst criminal offenders, he was a serial killer and a sex offender. His offenses involved cannibalism, sex, necrophilia, dismemberment. First murder he ever committed was because a hitchhiker wanted to leave and Jeffry didn’t want him to. Another person he killed he claims he doesn’t remember at all, it was when he picked up a man at a gay bar.

Later he got arrested for giving drugs to a young boy and sexual fondling. After which he proceeded to commit fifteen more murders. Storing their muscles for further consumption and their skulls and genitals as a trophy. He wasn’t arrested until one of his victims overpowered him and called the police. He pleaded insanity and the court rejected him, giving him a sentence of 15 lifetimes in jail, one for each victim.  special info  provide us this information.

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