Autism is a hidden disability, which means there are few – if any – visual clues that a person has autism by looking at them. Autism affects each individual differently. Previous experience of an individual with autism won’t necessarily give you any indicators for how to recognise or interact with the next person that you meet with autism due to the spectrum being so wide.There are some signs that you can look out for that might suggest a defendant has autism.
A defendant with autism might:
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