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He said: “I was an alcoholic for years, and it’s clear to me that my behaviour caused us a lot of grief.
“I did not want this charge against my wife to come up today. “I can’t remember the incident, but I don’t believe she attacked me.
I think it was a struggle.” The court also heard from psychiatrist Robert Brogan who examined Fullerton shortly after the incident.
Mc Donald's solicitor, Shaun George, said he expected an appeal against the conviction.
She told police she “may have saved someone’s life” by stabbing him to stop him drink-driving.
While giving evidence her husband, a recovering alcoholic who has no memory of the attack, backed her version of events.
The court heard Taylor – who has a previous conviction for an assault with an attempt to rape – still denies the offence.
Defence agent Lynn Bentley asked for him to be spared jail. “If he is simply sentenced to imprisonment none of the underlying problems can be dealt with.” Sheriff Sukhwinder Gill decided to put him on a three-year supervision order, with a curfew for nine months meaning he cannot leave his home between 7.30pm and 5.30pm.