I need some help finding this for my stupid philosophy class. Does anyone know where I can find something like this: provide a description of a REAL-LIFE case in which someone has committed a wrong-doing but argues that he or she shouldn’t be punished. The person wants to be “excused” from punishment on the grounds that the action wasn’t really his or her fault; the person “couldn’t (under the circumstances) have done otherwise”. (Example: there have been court cases in which defense attorneys suggested that the wrong-doers weren’t fully responsible because they had “listened to too much heavy metal music”.) Thanks in advance for the help.