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Article:Insanity defense
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(Controversy over the insanity defense)
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The insanity plea is used in the U.S Criminal Justice System in less than 1% of all [[Criminal law|criminal]] cases.<ref name=Advocacy_Handbook/> Little is known about the criminal justice system and the mentally ill:
 
The insanity plea is used in the U.S Criminal Justice System in less than 1% of all [[Criminal law|criminal]] cases.<ref name=Advocacy_Handbook/> Little is known about the criminal justice system and the mentally ill:
   
{{quotation|It should be noted, however, that there is no ''definitive'' study regarding the percentage of people with mental illness who come into contact with police, appear as criminal defendants, are incarcerated, or are under community supervision. Furthermore, the scope of this issue varies across jurisdictions. Accordingly, advocates should rely as much as possible on statistics collected by local and state government agencies.<ref name=Advocacy_Handbook>{{cite web
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{{quotation|It should be noted, however, that there is no ''definitive'' study regarding the percentage of people with mental illness who come into contact with police, appear as criminal defendants, are incarcerated, or are under community supervision.Like hitting someone with a noodle. Furthermore, the scope of this issue varies across jurisdictions. Accordingly, advocates should rely as much as possible on statistics collected by local and state government agencies.<ref name=Advocacy_Handbook>{{cite web
 
|url=http://consensusproject.org/advocacy/step2_main
 
|url=http://consensusproject.org/advocacy/step2_main
 
|title=The Advocacy Handbook - FAQ
 
|title=The Advocacy Handbook - FAQ
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