Arizona insanity defense ruling [US SC]

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Clark v. Arizona, Supreme Court of the United States, June 29, 2006 [upholding Arizona's law governing insanity defenses in criminal cases, ruling that the state's approach does not violate constitutional due process]. Read the Court's majority opinion per Justice Souter, along with a concurrence in part and dissent in part from Justice Breyer, and a dissent from Justice Kennedy, joined by Justices Stevens and Ginsburg. Reported in JURIST's Paper Chase here.

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