Section 25. Factual ignorance

All persons shall be judged based on their perception of the factual situation at the time of the act.
If the ignorance is negligent, the act is subject to a penalty when negligent violation of the law is punishable.
Ignorance as a result of self-induced intoxication is disregarded. In such cases the offender is judged as if he/she were sober. The same applies if the person was in a self-induced state of unaccountability.