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Criminal – Murder – Insanity Defense – In Limine Motion (access required)

Prior to defendant’s trial for two counts of capital murder, the trial court did not err in denying the commonwealth’s motion in limine to preclude defendant, who had a history of mental illness, from presenting an insanity defense; the Court of Appeals says defendant did not meet the applicable legal standard for an insanity defense. We ...

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