The problem of criminal responsibility is one of the most difficult in criminal law. Of the various solutions that have been devised, the author suggests that the New Hampshire-Scottish approach--with its emphasis on insanity as a question of fact for the jury--is the most desirable.
The Companion of the New Hampshire Doctrine of Criminal Insanity,
15 Vanderbilt Law Review
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