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CRIMINAL RESPONSIBILITY COMPLETE DEFENCESIntroductionCriminal responsibility pertains not merely to those who do criminal deeds but as well to those who abet and aid a perpetrator by persuading or in any way deliberately assisting in the commission of such a deed by providing implements information or practical assistance Those who in reality carry out the criminal deed for instance by brandishing a weapon that hits a terminal blow are principals It is established in suitable cases that individuals suffering from severe mental disorders must be reassured of the penalties of their criminal demeanor A huge deal of debate has arisen but as to the proper legal assessment of responsibility The legal meaning of mental disorder is not on contemporary perceptions of medical science and the psychiatrists consequently discover they undefended when in search of to knowing if the individual who commits an offence is insaneIn Netherlands a criminal misdemeanor is an unlawful deed a that is stipulated as a criminal felony by lawb Whose distinctiveness are stipulated by law andc For the punishment as stipulated by law Crime and Disorder 198Requirements for the criminal responsibility areObjective aspect or actus reusSubjective aspects or mens reaCollective conditionsObjective factorThe objective criminal acts of the accused happen in a case of theft In a criminal code many definitions fit in the termSubjective factorBlameworthy state of the mind of the accusedRecklessness intent negligence of the mental conditionExample theftComplete defenses in general areThe accused confesses that he did commit the crime but only did it for reasonable reasons IV Types of complete defensesSelf-defenseInsanity is a case where the accused did not recognize what he was doing or did not distinguish doing something incorrectIntoxication for instance alcoholNecessity and duress or difficult situation without choiceConsent if the accused assented to do a crime in a medical circumstance for instance in case of doing the operationMistake if accused made a dangerous mistakeSuperior orders if the accused did a crime because his superior gave the
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