In this Part:
intoxication means intoxication because of the influence of alcohol, a drug or any other substance.
offence includes an attempt to commit the offence.
offence of specific intent is defined in section 428B.
relevant conduct means an act or omission necessary to constitute the actus reus of an offence.
self-induced intoxication means any intoxication except intoxication that:(a) is involuntary, or(b) results from fraud, sudden or extraordinary emergency, accident, reasonable mistake, duress or force, or(c) results from the administration of a drug for which a prescription is required in accordance with the prescription of a medical practitioner, a person authorised under the Nurses and Midwives Act 1991 to practise as a nurse practitioner or a midwife practitioner, or dentist, or of a drug for which no prescription is required administered for the purpose, and in accordance with the dosage level recommended, in the manufacturer’s instructions.