R v Camplin (1845)
- The defendant caused the 13-year-old victim to become insensible after administering significant amounts of alcohol ‘to excite her’
- The defendant then took advantage of her state, having sexual intercourse with her
- Did the victim consent?
- An insensible victim incapable of giving consent cannot consent
Posted in Criminal Law Revision Notes.
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