I've watched your questioning in other hearings and I have reflected on it. I counted, actually.... In the Supreme Court, they said at least two or three times that mere intoxication is not a defence for assault and sexual assault, so in terms of using a complicated area of law to correct misinformation on Twitter or other social media, that is not on.
I would just implore you, particularly because there are these inadvertent effects that we are talking about, which you will probably never see.... It is going to be very difficult to collect data, for instance, on how many charges weren't laid or how many prosecutions weren't done because a defence of extreme intoxication is in the offing. You need to get this right, now.
To say that we needed to act because of misinformation on Twitter.... I agree that something needed to be done after Brown, but you now have the opportunity to fine-tune that and make sure you don't have these unintended consequences.
I just implore you to do that.