1. What type of intent must the crime be, to use intoxication as a defence?
- Specific Intent
- Basic Intent
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2. Which case outlines voluntary intoxication and basic intent?
- DPP v Majewski 1976
- DPP v Smith
- R v Lancaster
- R v Dytham
3. Why can't the defence of intoxication be used if the defendant was voluntarily intoxicated?
- As they have both the AR and MR of the crime
- As they have the relevant Mens Rea for the offence whilst intoxicated
- As they take on responsibility at the time of consumption
4. What was the conviction in the case of Lipman 1970 and why?
- Murder, as the defendant had already had the MR before becoming intoxicated
- Manslaughter, as the defendant was reckless and this is not covered in Intoxicatio
- Manslaughter with the defence of intoxication, as the defendant took the LSD involuntarily
5. What case outlines Voluntary/ Specific intent?
- DPP v James
- R v Dica
- Sheeman & Moore (1975)
- Lamb v Landcaster
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