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In this type of defense, the lawyer argues that it was physically impossible for the defendant to have committed the crime.
 
In this type of defense, the lawyer argues that it was physically impossible for the defendant to have committed the crime.
  
== Defenses ==
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See [[Defenses]]
 
 
'''Table of Contents'''
 
 
 
===Procedural Defenses===
 
* [[Double jeopardy]]
 
*[[ Statutory Limitation]]
 
*[[ Lack of jurisdiction]]
 
* [[Entrapment]]
 
* [[Procedural defects]]
 
* [[Motion to suppress]]
 
*[[ Immunity and Public Authority]]
 
 
 
===Normal Defenses===
 
* [[Self-Defense]]
 
* [[Defense of others]]
 
* [[Defense of property]]
 
* [[Mental Incapacity]]
 
* [[Alibi]]
 
* [[Necessity]]
 
* [[Duress]]
 
* [[Physical Impossibility]]
 
* [[Mistake of Law]]
 
* [[Mistake of Fact]]
 
* [[Mistake of identity]]
 
* [[Consent]]
 
* [[Lack of intent]]
 
* [[Maltreated Women Syndrome]]
 
*[[ Intoxication]]
 
* [[Criminal act with Sincere Intent]]
 

Revision as of 21:16, 8 June 2010

In this type of defense, the lawyer argues that it was physically impossible for the defendant to have committed the crime.

See Defenses