According to Canadian law, who can raise the issue of “not criminally responsible on account of mental disorder” (NCRMD) at any time, and who can raise the possibility of NCRMD

According to Canadian law, who can raise the issue of “not criminally responsible on account of mental disorder” (NCRMD) at any time, and who can raise the possibility of NCRMD only after the defendant has been found guilty or after the defence raises the issue of the defendant’s mental state?
A)defendant and prosecution, respectively
B)government and psychiatrist, respectively
C)prosecution and defendant, respectively
D)defendant and psychiatrist, respectively


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