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John Hinckley, Jr. (born May 29, 1955) attempted to assassinate U.S. President Ronald Reagan in Washington, D.C., on March 30, 1981, as the culmination of an effort to impress teen actress Jodie Foster.
VISUAL NOTETAKING COMPONENT ADDED! These two units go especially well together. The Socratic Method introduces students to the question of human evil and Socrates’ teaching on unwilling mistakes. The unit also engages students in critical thinking and textual analysis. The Daily Dilemma presents an interesting challenge to Socrates’ teaching and allows students the opportunity to dig deeper into the dilemma of willing versus unwilling mistakes.
Maj. Gen. Daniel Sickles - Colorful and controversial American politician and political general of the Civil War. Prior to the war, killed his wife's lover a relative of Francis Scott Key - acquitted with the first use of temporary insanity as a legal defense in U.S. history. Lost his leg at the Battle of Gettysburg.
The criminal culpability of people with mental illness has long been hotly debated. Recently, the “insanity defense” has received particular scrutiny as John W. Hinckley, who shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981, has been released from the inpatient mental facility where he has lived since 1982. Many think the insanity defense Hinckley used allowed him to get off without facing the consequences of his actions. where did the insanity defense come from? illness, law
Colorado uses a modified version of the M'Naghten Rule with the Irresistible Impulse Test. The burden of proof is on the state. http://criminal.findlaw.com/criminal-procedure/the-insanity-defense-among-the-states.html
Insanity Defense Fails in Killing of the Former Navy Sniper Chris Kyle