“Extreme emotional disturbance” means the emotional state of an individual who:
1. has no mental disease or defect that affects accountability;
2. is exposed to an extremely unusual and overwhelming stress; and
3. has an extreme emotional reaction to it, as a result of which there is a loss of self control, and reason is overborne by intense feelings, such as passion, anger, distress, grief, excessive agitation, or other similar emotions.
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State v. Sorenson, 2009 ND 147, 770 NW2d 701
State v. Dilger, 338 NW2d 87 (ND 1983)
State v. Trieb, 315 NW2d 649, 659 (ND 1982)