Drink Driving Law and Practice
This handbook outlines the relevant statutory provisions, emphasizing how each provision has been interpreted by the judiciary. It explores recent cases on duplicity and the choice of body fluid samples, and describes the provisions and ramifications of the Road Traffic Act 1991.
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Table of cases
Table of statutes
The Modern Judicial Attitude to Drinking and Driving
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