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R v. Shaw, [1938] O.R 269

Facts:

H drove car when he was presupposed to fainting.Killed passenger when hit tree. Was no aware of exact disorder, but aware of danger that could occur if happened while driving

Ratio:

If you have a choice to act otherwise then your act is voluntary for actus reus


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