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Bratty v Attorney-General for Northern Ireland (1961)
Bratty v Attorney-General for Northern Ireland (1961)

The Defendant strangled a girl. He said that he did not realise what he had done because 'a blackness' came over him. These was some evidence that he could have been suffering from epilepsy. The defence of insanity was rejected and he was convicted of murder.

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