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He Who Shattered Our “Delicate Mosaic”: Why Insanity as an Affirmative Defense Does Not Belong in the International Criminal Court, Vol. 55

Lauren M. McBrearty

6 Nov 2023

In response to the terrible international conflicts of the twentieth century, a group of States came together in 1998 to establish the International Criminal Court (ICC). In this Note, I argue that the ICC should change their current rule, which lists insanity as an affirmative defense.

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Alumna of Cornell University, B.A., History & Italian, 2019; recent graduate of Cornell Law School, J.D., 2022; and incoming associate at Latham & Watkins LLP (NY).