Both the medical and legal professions recognize that some human behaviors take place in the absence of consciousness and intent. When these behaviors arise within a criminal context, the absence of intent may lead one to infer the individual was not responsible for his or her actions. It is here that we grapple with the terms “automatism” and “unconsciousness.”
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