According to Ogloff and Whittemore (2001), what do negative public perceptions of the “not criminally responsible on account of mental disorder” (NCRMD) defence reflect?

According to Ogloff and Whittemore (2001), what do negative public perceptions of the “not criminally responsible on account of mental disorder” (NCRMD) defence reflect?
A)an underestimate by the public of how often the NCRMD defence is used in criminal cases
B)a lack of understanding by the public about the nature and prevalence of mental illness
C)a lack of understanding by the public about criminal law
D)a lack of appreciation by the public about just how serious the consequences are of using this defence


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