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People v. Casassa

427 N.Y.S.2d 769 (1980)

tl;dr: The defense of extreme emotional disturbance requires (1) that the defendant acted in a state of extreme emotional disturbance, and (2) that such emotional state was reasonable.

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Facts:The defendant had dated the victim. She broke up with...

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