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DPP v Majewski
Voluntary intoxication does not apply to basic intent crimes.
R v Kingston
The intoxication must prevent the D from forming mens rea, as 'a drunken intent is still an intent'.
R v Allen
Voluntary intoxication remains voluntary even when the D did not know the strength of the alcohol or drugs.
R v Hardie
When the voluntarily consumed drug in question is not strictly a dangerous one (Valium in this case), the jury should consider whether taking it at the time was reckless or not.
A.G. for NI v Gallagher
The defence of intoxication does not apply to those who drink for dutch courage to commit a crime.
R v Bailey
If the D takes prescription drugs in accordance with instructions and suffers adverse effects, this is involuntary intoxication.