Useful Links

http://www.rupissed.com/
The name suggests otherwise but this site contains some very useful information about the process of alcohol elimination and the biological interaction between alcohol and the body.

http://www.drinkdrive.org.uk/
This is the drink driver education site. Rehabilitation courses can be booked via this site which also contains useful information concerning the court process.

http://www.ttc-uk.com/
This is another site for an organisation offering rehabilitation courses in the UK.

http://www.talktofrank.com/home_html.aspx
This is a site dedicated to providing information about drug addiction. Alcohol, is of course, considered a drug despite its legal status.

http://www.knowyourlimits.gov.uk/stay_safe/driving.html
An information site about the effects of alcohol and in particular, drink driving.

http://www.thinkroadsafety.gov.uk/campaigns/drinkdrive/drinkdrive01.htm
A Department of Trade and Industry Information site about the dangers of drink driving.

http://www.cps.gov.uk/legal/section9/chapter_c.html
The Crown Prosecution Service website sets out specific guidance to prosecutors on how to prosecute a drink driving case.

http://www.adrianflux.co.uk/convicted-detail-go.php
Insurance for drivers with drink driving convictions.

http://www.80mg.org.uk/
A highly informative opinion site about drink driving in the UK.

www.dvla.gov.uk
the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency website

www.acpo.police.uk
the Association of Police Officers website

www.homeoffice.gov.uk
the Home Office website

www.ipcc.gov.uk
the Independent Police Complaints Commission website

www.lawsociety.org.uk
the Law Society for England and Wales website

www.hmcourts-service.gov.uk
the Courts Service website

www.statutelaw.gov.uk
the UK Statute Law Database website

www.bailii.org
the British and Irish Legal Information Institute

www.legalservices.gov.uk
the Legal Services Commission

www.cps.gov.uk
the Crown Prosecution website

www.dca.gov.uk
The Department for Constitutional Affairs

www.magistrates-association.org.uk
The Magistrates Association

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