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Abstract This is a scanned image of the original Editorial Board page(s) for this issue.
Abstract This paper examines the nature of automatisms and the difference in the approach of doctors and lawyers. It examines the question of sane and insane automatisms and identifies incongruities. The need for reform to bypass McNaghten's Rules is canvassed and an alternative approach based...
Abstract A mother killed her two children and the woman that her husband preferred. Her actions and motives paralleled those of Medea, in the various versions of that myth. Her actions and intentions were interpreted in quite different ways by her husband, by the police, by each of the...
Abstract Proceedings of a Conference held 29–31 October 1991. edited by Sally-Anne Gerull and William Lucas. Australian Institute of Criminology Conference Proceedings No. 19. Canberra, ACT, 1993; 269 pp.: recommended retail price $30; ISSN 1034-5086; ISBN 0 642 19258 8.
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