Yates and the Insanity Defense Analytical Essay by The Research Group

Yates and the Insanity Defense
evaluates the case of Andrea Yates and whether it calls for an insanity defense.
# 73238 | 900 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2005 | US


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This paper evaluates the case of Andrea Yates and whether it meets the standards of the insanity defense under Texas law. The paper theoretically applies the insanity defense to various standards.

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"Under the current Texas law it is highly unlikely that Andrea Yates would meet the requirements for an insanity plea. The facts of the case show that Andrea Yates was mentally ill during the period of and leading up to her commission of the murders. It was also shown that the mental illness severely impaired her judgment and perceptions of reality. However Yates' state of mind during the commission of the crime still does not fall under the narrow parameters the ..."

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