khitajrah Posted July 28, 2008 Report Share Posted July 28, 2008 Blimey!! Do you mean that the victim had SP and they had 'hallucinated' violence against them? Or this is what was being claimed? Do you know what the outcome was? PM me if you prefer. Thanks, K This was what was going to be claimed when it went to court - the defense solicitor was clutching at straws to get the sausage off. It went "pro loco et tempore" instead, because the trial would have been too traumatic for the woman and the child who witnessed it all (thought the procurator fiscal), and not worth whatever punishment would have been given out. I wonder if there are any cases of this actually being used in courtrooms? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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