R v Keal (2022)
In this case the Court of Appeal made a rare revisitation of the scope to the applicability of the M’Naghten Rules on the defence of insanity. Specifically, it stated that the defence was not available to a defendant (D) who knew what they were doing was wrong but believed that they had no choice but to commit the act in question.
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