In 2002, Latus admitted the manslaughter of Mr Foulkes on the grounds of diminished responsibility
and was convicted of the attempted murder of Christine Artiss.
He claims the defence of diminished responsibility
These are all serious grounds for diminished responsibility
He has stretched out this process unnecessarily for the families of those men that died for no reason and I would like to express my sympathies for the loss of their loved ones "Far from having diminished responsibility
in this case, as Andrew Dawson was trying to initially claim, he has total and sole responsibility for the deaths of Dave Matthews and Paul Hancock.
Consultant psychiatrist Dr Philip Joseph told the jury it could only find diminished responsibility
if Freaney was suffering an abnormality of the mind at the time of the killing caused by a "recognisable" disorder or mental illness.
Graham Kee admitted the manslaughter of Thomas Grundy on the grounds of diminished responsibility
Hussey, of Yeadon, Leeds, admitted the manslaughter of her 76-year-old grandmother at her home in Mirfield, West Yorkshire but denied murder on the grounds of diminished responsibility
, claiming voices in her head had told her to do it
Crampton pleaded guilty to four counts of manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility
- pleas that were not accepted by the prosecution.
Harrison was originally charged with murder but pled guilty to culpable homicide due to diminished responsibility
as he probably had schizophrenia.
is no mitigation when another child is abused and murdered.
Miller denied murder but admitted manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility
Nor would he allow a psychiatrist to assess whether he could plead not guilty on the grounds of diminished responsibility
Appearing at the High Court in Edinburgh, Theresa Riggi, 47, admitted killing them, entering a plea of culpable homicide on the grounds of diminished responsibility
It's a question of diminished responsibility
that will be at issue.
At his trial, Sutcliffe, who married Czech-born Sonia Szurma in 1974, pleaded not guilty to the 13 counts of murder, but guilty to manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility