State v. Anderson
State v. Anderson, 2 Tenn. 6 (1804), was a case decided by the Tennessee Supreme Court that held that the intent to kill necessary to distinguish murder from manslaughter need only to be formed a moment before the act.
- Bonnie, R.J. et al. Criminal Law, Second Edition. Foundation Press, New York, NY: 2004, p. 779
- Bonnie, p. 780