Intoxication

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The defence of intoxication is not a true defence as the defence is arguing that that the defendant had comitted the actus reus but not the mens rea due to his intoxicated state.

Voluntary Intoxication 

Sheehan and Moore: voluntary intoxication can be a defence to specific intent crimes if the defendant was unable to form the mens rea.

Gallagher:

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