Chapter 7 Further reading

C. Withey, ‘Loss of Control, Loss of Opportunity?’ [2011] Crim LR 263.

L. Kennefick, ‘Introducing a new diminished responsibility defence for England and Wales’ (2011) 74 MLR 750.

N. Wake, ‘Recognising acute intoxication as diminished responsibility? A comparative analysis’ (2012) 76 JCL 71.

M. Gibson, ‘Intoxicants and diminished responsibility: The impact of the Coroners and Justice Act 2009’ [2011] Crim LR 909.

N. Wake, ‘Psychiatry and the new diminished responsibility plea: uneasy bedfellows?’ [2012] JCL 122.

M. Gibson, ‘Diminished responsibility in Golds and beyond’ [2017] Crim LR 543.

F. Stark, ‘Killing the Unfaithful’ [2012] CLJ 260 and A. Clough, ‘Sexual Infidelity: The Exclusion that never was?’ (2012) 76 JCL 382.

J. Herring, ‘The Serious Wrong of Domestic Abuse and the Loss of Control Defence’ in A. Reed and M. Bohlander (eds) Loss of Control and Diminished Responsibility: Domestic, Comparative and International Perspectives (Ashgate 2011).

R. Mackay, ‘The impairment factors in the new diminished responsibility plea’ [2018] Crim LR 462.

A. Reed and M. Bohlander, (eds) Homicide in Criminal Law (Routledge 2019).

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