Criminalizing the Drink Driver
This volume offers a comprehensive account of drink-driving, breaking fresh ground in its detailed historical exposition and contemporary policy review and also in its radical conclusions concerning society's ambivalent attitude to the drinking driver.
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The drunken driver to 1929
The incapable driver 19301960
The impaired driver 19611966
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alcohol and traffic Appendix 1 Table arrest attempting to drive Bill Blennerhassett blood or urine blood-alcohol concentration blood-alcohol level blood-alcohol limit breathalyser campaign cent Chief Constable Committee conviction debate defendant Department of Transport deterrent effect Divisional Court drink-drive laws drink-drive offences drinking and driving drinking driver driving or attempting drunk drunken driver enforcement evidence Government high-risk offender Home Office Home Secretary House of Lords impairment increased influence of drink intoxication introduction juries legal policy legislation Licensing Act 1872 Lord magistrates Minister of Transport motor car motor vehicles motoring offenders motoring organisations motorists Pari.Debs.(Commons Parliamentary penalties person Peter Bottomley police powers police/public relations problems procedures random breath testing random testing recommended reform road accidents road casualties Road Research Laboratory Road Safety Act Road Traffic Act road traffic law road users Ross Safety Act 1967 sample scientific social specimen traffic safety Transport Act 1981 Willett