Summary Of Bobby Moore's Accusation

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The second clause of the intellectual disabilities standard regards to the conceptional skills of daily life. The three areas noted by the CCA to make a diagnosis are conceptual, social, and practical skills. The petitioner, Bobby James Moore’s accusation is that the CCA used his deficits against his strengths. During evaluations the defendant’s deficits and strengths are both considered to establish if the defendant has limitations or not. Because the petitioner’s claim that Atkins needs legal determinations rather than a medical diagnosis, there is no need to discuss the Moore’s strengths. The court decided that the advanced planning, acquisition of a vehicle and weapons for a crime would at the least be evidence of the adaptive skills that

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