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Criminal – Malicious Wounding – 'Settled Insanity' Defense (access required)

A defendant charged with shooting his estranged wife 17 years earlier was not entitled to present a "settled insanity" defense and his convictions of malicious wounding and use of a firearm are affirmed. After shooting his wife eight times in 1985, defendant fled the scene and was arrested 17 years later in Florida, where he had ...

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