In 2013, the New Zealand Transport Agency began developing a long-term behavioural change programme that aimed to reduce the harm caused by drunk and drugged drivers. Included in this was raising awareness of the severity and prevalence of drugged driving. From July 2018, alcohol interlock licences will be enforced in an attempt to further penalise repeat drunk driving offenders and set them on track for sober driving.
Drawn from the authoritative resource Becroft and Hall’s Transport Law, this book details the relevant parts and sections from the Land Transport Act, Sentencing Principles and Practice and the Bill of Rights Act, ensuring that all practitioners working in this area of law are sufficiently informed.
Related LexisNexis Titles
Downs (editor), Cross on Evidence, 10th edition, 2017
Murray, A Practical Guide to Criminal Procedure in New Zealand, 2nd edition, 2016
Hall, Sentencing Law and Practice, 3rd edition, 2014
Becroft and Hall’s Transport Law (online resource)
Table of contents
Land Transport Act 1998 Part 6
Land Transport Act 1998 Part 7
Sentencing Principles and Practice
Bill of Rights Act 1990 – selected Sections