Psychology & Criminal Justice: Defenses in Criminal Law. By: Steve Christiansen. Topics . Necessity Entrapment Insanity Death penalty. Basic elements of crime Infancy Intoxication Duress Self Defense. Basic Elements of a Crime. Actus Reus-guilty act Mens Rea-intent
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Psychology & Criminal Justice:Defenses in Criminal Law
By: Steve Christiansen
Basic elements of crime
Voluntary-is not a true defense but is used at times to reduce culpability.
Involuntary-forced to ingest or is injected with an intoxicating substance or is unaware the substance contains drugs or alcohol. ***Could also be a defense for drug interactions and diabetic insulin shock.
Entrapment can be used if a person is induced to commit a crime they otherwise would not have committed.
Opportunity to commit crimeInducing a person
The defendant lacks “substantial capacity” to either “appreciate the wrongfulness” of his/her conduct or conform to that conduct.
The other states use this test including the United States Federal Government.
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