VA VMJI 33.950 Intent–Intoxication Defense
Virginia Model Jury Instruction (2013)
33.950 Intent–Intoxication Defense
If you find that the defendant was so greatly intoxicated by the voluntary use of [alcohol; drugs] that he was incapable of deliberating or premeditating, then you cannot find him guilty of [capital murder; murder in the first degree].
Voluntary intoxication is not a defense to (specify lesser degree of homicide).