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In criminal law, in some jurisdictions, a jury may reach a verdict of Guilty But Mentally Ill where the accused is found to have committed the crime charged but where the mental illness is not great enough to warrant a verdict of Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity. A GBMI defendant can be sentenced to the same degree as a defendant without any mental problems.
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