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Dastan Z. Study Criminal responsibility of people with mental disorders. MLJ. 2010; 4 (15) :161-186
URL: http://ijmedicallaw.ir/article-1-486-en.html
Abstract:  

Criminal responsibility  has always been a subject of debate in the field of criminal law since committing an offence ,on condition that ,is regarded valid to be assigned to the committer ,will lead to the establishment of criminal responsibility and specific penalty as well unless ,the convict is not unruly behavior that most of these deviant  treatments  are based on mental disorder while , the person is not aware of its existence . the convict commits the crime due to the undeniable influence of mental disorder, without being ever of the consequences of this action the target of this research is investigating on the imposition of criminal responsibility among phsychis patients by probing the garlic punitive legislative of criminal rules and expressing the impacts of certain severe mental illnesses at the time of committing the crime.


Received: 2010/07/10 | Accepted: 2010/10/15

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