This article looks at the decision in R v Kennedy No 2 2007. In this case, the House of Lords had to consider whether a defendant was liable for constructive manslaughter where he had supplied heroin to the victim, and the victim had voluntarily injected it and subsequently died. The article considers how the law of causation was applied in this case. (2008) 67 CLJ 17
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