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Should Christopher Gribble achieve his goal of being found not guilty by reason of insanity, he would follow the same path as Phillips.
Although Stanford had gone to Nashua High School South and Gribble lived in Brookline, the boys had their LDS community and Boy Scouts in common. From the moment I met him, I regarded Stanford as an unusually courageous, strong young man who, despite a near zero chance prognosis, stayed positive and vowed he'd beat the cancer.
He overturned Durham's conviction and established a new rule.
The court acquitted McNaughton "by reason of insanity," and he was placed in a mental institution for the rest of his life. But the resulting public uproar prompted Queen Victoria to order the court to develop a stricter test for insanity.
In line with sentencing guidelines, a judge ruled that Phillips is dangerous and committed him to the State Prison's Secure Psychiatric Unit. There, he gets a hearing every five years to see if he's fit to be released.
One name in particular that Tamara Gribble mentioned while testifying Monday instantly grabbed my attention.
Gribble continued to detail things that "always stick with you" about his mother.
That friend would have been Stanford Larsen, whom I interviewed and wrote about on two occasions in late 2006 and again after his passing only weeks into 2007.
Gribble now tells of how he fantasized about killing her. "All sorts of ways . like cutting little pieces of her off bit by bit . hearing her scream . throwing boiling water over her sensitive parts . bending her arms in the wrong direction . not letting her eat or drink anything . maybe putting sugar or whatever so crows would come and peck at her," he said.
crimes. Once again, New Hampshire stands alone.
new standard that created a presumption of sanity, unless the defense could prove "at the time of committing the act, the accused was laboring under such a defect of reason, from disease of the mind, as not to know the nature and quality of the act he was doing or, if he did know it, that he did not know what he was doing was wrong."
Historically, the first legal test for insanity, at least the first to draw broad attention, goes back to 1843, according to a legal history report on the Cornell University website. Known as the McNaughton case, it involved Englishman Daniel McNaughton, who shot and killed the secretary of the British prime minister, believing that the prime minister was conspiring against him.
Under questioning by the defense just before the noon break, she told of how devastated her son Christopher was upon losing a close friend to cancer at the beginning of 2007.
Although the district court judge ruled that Durham's attorneys failed to prove he didn't know the difference between right and wrong, the federal appellate judge chose to use the case to reform the McNaughton rule, according to Cornell University's website. Fast forward to today: Guess which state is the only one that still uses the Durham rule? Yep, New Hampshire, which fancies itself as unique. Now the rule's called the Durham product test, the nutshell definition of which states the defense must prove that the defendant committed a crime as a result of a mental disease or defect and the jurors must decide on their own what constitutes mental illness. As for Monte Durham, the appellate judge, citing leading psychiatrists and jurists of the day, stated that the McNaughton rule was based on "an entirely obsolete and misleading conception of the nature of insanity."
The victim was Franklin Phillips Sr., who, fire and police officials would soon learn, was bludgeoned to death by his grandson, Michael Phillips, who then set Fendi Handbag Warranty the house on fire.
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The compromise, therefore, reflects the belief that the law should not punish defendants who are mentally incapable of controlling their conduct.
Christopher Alexander John Gribble is his full name. One of his attorneys, Donna Brown, asked him how he felt. He said "agitated," she asked why, he said because his mother was just on the stand and lying about him.
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While putting the fire out, however, they made a gruesome discovery: Inside lay the body of a 68 year old man.
rules remade to apply
It didn't surprise me a bit that Tamara Gribble said her son was devastated by the death of his friend Stanford he's one of those kids you always remember and admire. Lots of people, myself included, were also greatly saddened by his passing.
The Durham rule states "that an accused is not criminally responsible if his unlawful act was the product of mental disease or mental defect."
The McNaughton rule went on to become the standard for insanity.
The Durham rule was eventually rejected by the federal courts, because it cast too broad a net. Alcoholics, compulsive gamblers, and drug addicts had successfully used the defense to defeat a wide variety of Fendi Hobo
A week before Christmas in 2008, Nashua firefighters responded to what appeared to be a fairly routine house fire on Natick Street, in a neighborhood off Broad Street not far from Nashua High School North.
"Irresistable impulse" is how the so called Durham rule is described. But attorneys for Durham, who had been in and out of prison and mental institutions since he was 17, appealed.
It made him very upset, he said.
Early on the morning of Oct. 4, 2009, Kimberly Cates of Mont Vernon was murdered in her home and her daughter badly injured. Police say four young men from Brookline and Amherst chose the home at random and broke into it with the idea of burglarizing it and killing anybody they found. The brutal attack, made with knives and machetes, horrified the region.
Sometimes his dad held him down but usually she just did it herself, Gribble said about the regular beating sessions he and his brother sustained from their mother.
The roots of the so called "insanity defense" we know today go back to the 18th century, when society and law enforcement reached a sort of compromise, agreeing that while criminals should be punished for their crimes, those who are ill should receive treatment for their illness.
Though a judge later ruled the 20 year old was fit to stand trial, prosecutors and defense reached a plea bargain after experts diagnosed him with schizotypal personality disorder, attention deficit disorder and Asperger's syndrome, mental illnesses that "grossly and demonstrably impaired his ability to perceive and understand reality" when he killed his grandfather, it was reported at the time.
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