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Bratty [1961] 3 All Er 523; [1963] AC 386

This case considered the issue of automatism and whether or not the failure of the defence of insanity affected the availability of the defence of automatism after a man was convicted of murder when he strangled a girl during an alleged episode of epilepsy.

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Bratty [1961] 3 All Er 523; [1963] AC 386
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