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What is Mitigating Circumstances

This is where a defendant is found guilty and wishes to have the sentence reduced or suspended based on the circumstances in which the offense was committed. An example would be if someone was on medication and they did not know that it would affect their judgment, or they were not told by the pharmacist or doctor.

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