Since 1991, when the “not criminally responsible on account of mental disorder” (NCRMD) defence was introduced in Canada, which of the following has occurred?

Since 1991, when the “not criminally responsible on account of mental disorder” (NCRMD) defence was introduced in Canada, which of the following has occurred?
A)The number of people recommended for NCRMD has remained constant.
B)There have been fewer cases recommended for NCRMD each successive year since 1991.
C)There has been a slight increase over time in the number of people recommended for NCRMD, but it is still fairly uncommon.
D)There has been a steady and substantial increase each year in the number of people recommended for NCRMD and it is becoming the most common defence used in Canadian criminal cases.


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