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692(1) A person who has been found not criminally responsible on account of mental disorder and (a) whose verdict is affirmed on that ground by the court of appeal, or (b) against whom a verdict of guilty is entered by the court of appeal under subparagraph 686(4)(b)(ii), may appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada.

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