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2. The ruling in the case Dietschmann tells us what?

  • For diminished responsibility with intoxication, the intoxication must be separated and the special defence applied
  • For loss of control with intoxication, the intoxication must be separated and the special defence applied
  • Diminished responsibility cannot be relied upon if intoxication is involved
  • None of these answers

3. s.54(4) CJA 2009 tells us that a D cannot rely on loss of control if there is...?

  • A considered desire for revenge
  • A planned course of action
  • The presence of intoxication
  • A separate criminal act

4. Was the D in R vs. Ahluwalia successful in relying upon their special defence?

  • No
  • Yes

5. True or false: murder is limited to the intention to kill?

  • False
  • True

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