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Intoxication

Attorney-General for Northern Ireland v Gallagher (1963)
Attorney-General for Northern Ireland v Gallagher (1963)
The Defendant bought a knife and a bottle of whisky after deciding the kill his wife. After drinking a lot of the whisky, he killed her. His claim was that at the time of the killing he was drunk. He was convicted of murder but this was quashed by the Cou
DPP v Majweski (1976)
DPP v Majweski (1976)
The Defendant became aggressive and assaulted a barman after taking drugs and alcohol. Police officers was called to the scene. The Defendant said that he had ‘blanked out’ and did not know what he was doing. He was convicted of offences of assault oc
Kingston (1994)
Kingston (1994)
The Defendant who had paedophilic tendencies claimed his coffee had been spiked by someone who knew that he had these tendencies and wished to put him in a compromising situation so he could be blackmailed. The Defendant indecently assaulted a 15 year old
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