Definitions

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  • Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity

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Examples

  • "This is what we had been worried about," Vineet Gahalaut at the National Geophysical Research Institute (NGRI) in Hyderabad told a news agency in an interview.

    Zee News : India National

  • According to the NGRI team, the 2004 earthquake ruptured about 1,400 km-long frontal arc of the Sumatra-Andaman subduction zone between northwest of Sumatra and the Andaman region but left a segment of about 400-500 km unbroken.

    Zee News : India National

  • The NGRI team had issued the warning after analyzing the two major aftershocks in the Andaman region after the deadly 2004 quake that produced a tsunami.

    Zee News : India National

  • In order to make the effort more scientific and systematic, the GMR Hyderabad International Airport Limited (GHIAL), which is developing the project, has roped in National Geophysical Research Institute (NGRI) and Vimta Labs to develop a concept paper, assessing the actual status of groundwater, the geophysical attributes of the site and potential for recharging groundwater.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • The NGRI staff did a lot of good work in the fields of earth sciences, energy security, water-related problems, environmental studies and natural disasters like earthquakes and tsunamis.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • Dr. Dimri expressed happiness upon receiving Padma Sri and described it as "recognition" of the contribution made by the entire NGRI staff.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • Previously, when a defendant entered a plea of NGRI it was up to the prosecution to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant was sane at the time of the crime.

    The Two Malcontents

  • His NGRI verdict precipitated the 1984 Insanity Defense Reform Act and, for almost 26 years, the law has consisted of the changes mentioned above, plus complete mental impairment - "severe" mental disease or defect with the accused "unable to appreciate" the wrongfulness of his crime.

    The Two Malcontents

  • In fact, a true believer in the death penalty would probably believe that if the offender was (a) legally insane, thus NGRI, and (b) non-restorable, she should be executed.

    Crimlaw

  • The first thought in many capital cases is whether the offender is someone who should be found NGRI.

    Crimlaw

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