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Intoxication sex-assault ruling will affect tiny number of cases, law prof says

A new ruling that a person can use extreme drunkenness as a defence on a sexual assault charge will not open the door to everyone who thinks one can get drunk and commit assault, argues an Ottawa law ... read more

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