He is not a thief, instead he was not of sound mind
," said the grieving mother.
Those treating her were thought to be considering filing for conservatorship, which would allow them to make decisions for her as she was not of sound mind
at the time.
She claims her mother was not of sound mind
when she decided to donate the estate and that the house was rightfully hers because she paid for an extensive renovation ten years ago.
Due to this trauma, the child had become incontinent and was sent to Elazyy- Mental and Neurological Disorders Hospital with the conclusion that "he is not of sound mind
In order to establish whether Jones was not of sound mind
the jury would have to answer yes to three specific questions about his mental capacity on that fateful day.
If your father is not of sound mind
, as the legal term goes, that is one thing and should prompt you to intervene, but you didn't mention this in your letter.
Insanity or mental incompetence is a contentious defence and laws are in place to protect those who are genuinely not of sound mind
, Mr Rau said.
Outside the courtroom she expressed regret for her actions and claimed she was not of sound mind
when she sold the baby.
A Will can only be challenged if there is adequate evidence to prove that the person who made the Will was not of sound mind
at the time when the Will was made.
It bothers me further that it is suggested that Geraldine was not of sound mind
during the time we were doing business together," Mr.
And the fact that someone is suicidal maybe suggests they are not of sound mind
and therefore shouldn't be allowed to make this decision.
He added that the government's welfare center in Riyadh refused to accept her as she was not of sound mind
and feared her mixing with other inmates would aggravate her illness.
It comes as no surprise to learn this week then that the doner kebab is not of sound mind
, body and nutritional content.
The defense counsel insisted that Oshima was not of sound mind
or was in a state of diminished responsibility at the time of the crime, citing his clinical records, and sought psychiatric tests.
The term, probably derived in around 1676 from the Latin non compos mentis - not of sound mind
- came top of a poll, ahead of the word love.