QB 91 Court of Appeal

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In the case to which this reference refers ([1993] QB 91 Court of Appeal), a motorist pleaded Automatism as a defence in a charge of causing death by reckless driving. The evidence showed that the defendant was able to steer in a straight line and recognize flashing lights, so the defence should not have been allowed. Automatism requires a 'total destruction of voluntary control'.

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