Canada’s Supreme Court rules being DRUNK is defense for sex attacks and killing

Sexual assault suspects can use being extremely drunk as a defense, Canada’s highest court has said in a bombshell ruling.

The Supreme Court today said defendants accused of violent crimes can use self-induced extreme intoxication as a defense.

It found a law passed by Parliament in 1995 prohibiting the defense was unconstitutional and violates the country’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

Judges ruled on three cases on Friday – with two being acquitted and one having a retrial – for crimes…

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