Sleepwalking Is Not a Credible Claim for a Violent Crime with No Provocation

In this response to a question related to legal psychology, a student considers whether the claim that a man committed a murder while sleepwalking is credible. The student argues that because the crime in question involved the man walking down the street to his father's house and then stabbing him to death, it is unlikely that the defendant carried out the violent act while sleepwalking.
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