This article examines developments which have occurred in the handling of intoxicated offenders under Commonwealth criminal law. As the article title suggests, much of the piece is spent considering how to cope without the Majewski rules. These rules divide offences of this nature into two categories: one subjected to an exculpatory rule and the other inculpatory. 2000 Crim LR 719
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