NH CrJI 3.08 INTOXICATION 
Evidence has been presented that the defendant was intoxicated at the time of the crime. Being intoxicated is not, as such, a defense. However, you may consider the evidence of intoxication in deciding whether the State has proven that the defendant of acted purposely/knowingly/recklessly. One part of the definition of the crime of ____________________ is that the defendant acted purposely/knowingly/recklessly. If, considering all the evidence including the evidence of intoxication, you decide that the State has not proven beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant acted purposely/knowingly/recklessly, then you must find the defendant not guilty. One the other hand, if, considering all the evidence including evidence of intoxication, you decide that the State has proven each part of the definition of ______________ including that he acted purposely/knowingly/recklessly, then you may find the defendant guilty.
State v. Glidden, _____ A.2d _____ (NH 1982)
State v. Caldrain, 342 A.2d 628 (NH 1975)
State v. Warren, 317 A.2d 566 (NH 1974)