2009 Connecticut Code
Title 53a Penal Code
Chapter 951 Penal Code: Statutory Construction; Principles Of Criminal Liability
- Sec. 53a-4. Saving clause.
- Sec. 53a-5. Criminal liability; mental state required.
- Sec. 53a-6. Effect of ignorance or mistake.
- Sec. 53a-7. Effect of intoxication.
- Sec. 53a-8. Criminal liability for acts of another.
- Sec. 53a-9. Lack of criminal responsibility; absence of prosecution or conviction not a defense.
- Sec. 53a-10. Defense.
- Sec. 53a-11. Criminal liability of an individual for conduct in name or behalf of corporation or limited liability company.
- Sec. 53a-12. Defenses; burden of proof.
- Sec. 53a-13. Lack of capacity due to mental disease or defect as affirmative defense.
- Sec. 53a-14. Duress as defense.
- Sec. 53a-15. Entrapment as defense.
- Sec. 53a-16. Justification as defense.
- Sec. 53a-16a. Affirmative defense in certain situations involving firearms; exceptions.
- Sec. 53a-16b. Affirmative defense of coparticipant to offense with firearm.
- Sec. 53a-17. Conduct required or authorized by law or judicial decree.
- Sec. 53a-18. Use of reasonable physical force or deadly physical force generally.
- Sec. 53a-19. Use of physical force in defense of person.
- Sec. 53a-20. Use of physical force in defense of premises.
- Sec. 53a-21. Use of physical force in defense of property.
- Sec. 53a-22. Use of physical force in making arrest or preventing escape.
- Sec. 53a-23. Use of physical force to resist arrest not justified.
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