Alcohol and head injuries
May 20, 2019
Richard Barraclough QC writes on the dangers of a relatively minor assault to the head of an intoxicated victim and the possibility that just a small impact may cause death.
In his note he reports a recent case in which he prosecuted a defendant who tragically killed his brother in such circumstances. He discusses the effects of a small trauma to the brain of a drunken individual and the outcome of the case.
To view the full-text of this note please use this link Variation of the one blow manslaughter case