Which is NOT an affirmative defense to a crime?

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A. Arguing that the state has not met its burden to prove all the elements of a crime beyond a reasonable doubt.

B. Self Defense

C. Duress

D. Insanity

Nov 23rd, 2014

It would be A) Arguing that the state has not met its burden to prove all the elements of a crime beyond a reasonable doubt.

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