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Back calculations of blood alcohol for drink driving offencesThis Practice Note explains how the proportion of alcohol in a driver’s system at the...
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Drink driving offencesThe Road Traffic Act 1988 (RTA 1988) creates a number of alcohol and drug related offences.The principal ones are:•driving with...
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Driving, or being in a charge of, a motor vehicle with concentrations of specified controlled drugs in excess of specified levelsIf a person drives or...
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