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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 Court of Appeal. The House of Lords restored his conviction.

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