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R v Sullivan (1984)
R v Sullivan (1984)

The defendant suffered from epilepsy and while he was at a friend's house, he had a fit. While he was fitting, he attached and injured the friend. The defendant argued that he should be allowed the defence of automatism. The judge rules that his defence was insanity.

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