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R v Saunders (1573) 2 Plowd 473

The defendant gave his wife an apple which he had poisoned with arsenic. He wanted to kill her so that he could marry another. The wife took a bite from the apple then gave it to their daughter. The daughter died.


The defendant was liable for the murder of his daughter. His intention to kill his wife was transferred to the daughter.
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