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About the Author
Jane Moriarty is Visiting Associate Professor at the University of Akron School of Law, Akron Ohio. She is author of Psychological and Scientific Evidence in Criminal Trials (Clark Boardman Callaghan, 1996), which is updated annually, and editor of Women and the Law (West Group, 1998). She has written a number of articles dealing with law, evidence, and expert witnesses.
Table of Contents"The Trial of Edward Arnold," 16 State Trials 695 (1723) (English Reports). Robinson, Daniel N. Wild Beasts & Idle Humours: The Insanity Defense from Antiquity to the Present (Harvard University Press, 1996). "Hadfield's Case," 16 State Trials 1282 (1800) (English Reports). O'Reilly-Fleming, Thomas. "From Beasts to Bedlam: Hadfield, the Regency Crisis, M'Naghten and the "Mad" Business in Britain, 1788-1843," Journal of Psychiatry & Law 20 (1992). "Oxford's Case," 4 State Trials (new series) 498 (1840) (English Reports). "The Case of Daniel M'Naghten", 4 State Trials (new series) 847 (1843) (reprinted in Sir Roger Ormrod, The McNaughton Case and Its Predecessors, Daniel McNaughton: His Trial and Aftermath, Donald J. West and Alexander Walk, eds. (Gaskell Books, 1977). Moran, Richard. "House of Lords Debate," in Knowing Right from Wrong: The Insanity Defense of Daniel McNaughtan (The Free Press, 1981). XXXX. Sir Roger Ormrod, The McNaughton Case and Its Predecessors, Daniel McNaughton: His Trial and Aftermath,Donald J. West and Alexander Walk, eds. (Gaskell Books, 1977).