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2. Case deciding the wrong mean s legally wrong not morally wrong when thinking about the nature and quality of an act in the defence of insanity

  • Windle
  • Clarke
  • M'Naghten
  • Matthews & Alleyne

3. Case deciding that if Ds automatic state was self induced but he had no mens rea, that he could still use the defence in specific intent offences

  • Smith
  • Quick
  • Bailey
  • Hardie

4. Which of the following is not true with regards to the defence of consent

  • Excessively rough and nondisciplinary horseplay can use the defence even though its not in public intrest
  • Consent must be on the facts as they really were, not as V thought they were
  • Tattooing is a pubic policy exception unless V was drunk
  • Sexual consent can be negated when V doesnt know D has an STD

5. Which of the following diseases/disorders do not typically have overlap between the defences of insanity and automatism

  • Sleepwalking
  • Premenstrual Tension
  • Diabetes
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder


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