Ind. Code § 35-41-3-5

Current through P.L. 171-2024
Section 35-41-3-5 - Intoxication

It is a defense that the person who engaged in the prohibited conduct did so while he was intoxicated, only if the intoxication resulted from the introduction of a substance into his body:

(1) without his consent; or
(2) when he did not know that the substance might cause intoxication.

IC 35-41-3-5

As added by Acts1976 , P.L. 148, SEC.1. Amended by Acts1977 , P.L. 340, SEC.10; Acts1980 , P.L. 205, SEC.1; P.L. 210-1997, SEC.4.