Voluntary Intoxication

Voluntary intoxication is not a complete defense. It will only apply to specific intent crimes and will not apply if you commit a general intent crime. If the jury finds that you did not form the intent because of voluntary intoxication for a specific intent crime then you can be found guilty if one of the elements of the crime is that you had the specific intent to commit the crime. Voluntary intoxication can reduce charges of murder to lesser charges.

Involuntary Intoxication

Involuntary intoxication is a complete defense to any type of crime. The definition of involuntary intoxication is that you consumed alcohol or drugs without having knowledge that you did so or that you were forced or tricked into consuming alcohol or drugs.

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