Low-Sodium as an Insanity Defense?

A Roseville man accused of stabbing his mother to death because she wouldn’t give him money to buy drugs will claim temporary insanity at his upcoming trial.

Timothy Kohler, the court-appointed attorney for Charles Foresi, this morning said the defendant experienced brain dysfunction because he suffered from hyponatremia, low sodium, that wasn’t being treated properly.

Read the full article here

Do you think this kind of defense will fly in court?

Holly@ambroselawgroup.com

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Filed under Holly Valente, Violent Crimes

2 responses to “Low-Sodium as an Insanity Defense?

  1. Drew

    Works for low blood-sugar if you are arguing “involuntary intoxication”.

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