He could be found guilty or not guilty by reason of insanity.
In his trial for the killings, Wolcott was declared not guilty by reason of insanity after being diagnosed with a mental illness.
It demands with monumental courage, a high tolerance for pain, and at least a touch of insanity.
Allaway pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity and the jury deadlocked.
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There is a taint of insanity and of instability in everything, a mark of feverishness and haste and transition.
It is an old trick to say that poets are mad,—you mistake our agonies for insanity.
“You must sometimes find it hard to say where sanity ends and insanity begins,” he said thoughtfully.
For one dreadful moment I believed that you had fallen a victim to her insanity.
And what insanity to provoke enemies of the people all around who would bring us things to eat!
insanity in·san·i·ty (ĭn-sān'ĭ-tē)
Persistent mental disorder or derangement.
Unsoundness of mind sufficient in the judgment of a civil court to render a person unfit to maintain a contractual or other legal relationship or to warrant commitment to a mental health facility.
In most criminal jurisdictions, a degree of mental malfunctioning considered to be sufficient to relieve the accused of legal responsibility for the act committed.