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Moffat (2000) 112 A Crim R 201

This case considered the issue of causation in relation to homicide and whether or not a victims pre-existing medical condition that made them more susceptible to sudden death affected the issue of causation and what was the necessary test for causation when there was several possible causes of death.

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