Road Traffic Law Handbook

Road Traffic Law Handbook

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Road Traffic Law Handbook is a practitioner's handbook in respect of Road Traffic Law (RTL) offences in Ireland. The area of RTL is mammoth with 11 Road Traffic Acts since 1961 and countless statutory instruments. This handbook provides practitioners with an easy, accurate reference to categories of offences routinely before court and gives up to date information as to applicable penalties/ disqualification periods. Practitioners do not need to wade through all the acts, amendments and regulations to find out the current position as this book does it for them. It deals with the main categories of offences including: up to date list of penalty point offences and fixed charge penalty offences, setting out the charges which can accrue under particular sections of Road Traffic Acts, applicable defences and the penalties that apply including disqualification periods. It also refers to relevant caselaw in respect of drink driving case, and contains reference to the provisions of the new Road Traffic Act 2010.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 358 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 25.4mm | 595.11g
  • Bloomsbury Professional
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • New.
  • 1847667198
  • 9781847667199

Table of contents

1 Prosecution of Offences, Set-Aside Applications and Appeals 2 Disqualifications and the Appeals Process 3 Speeding Offences 4 Driving Licenses 5 Motor Tax and Certificates of Road Worthiness 6 Motor Vehicle Insurance 7 Duties and Obligations at the Scene of an Accident 8 Dangerous Driving 9 Unauthorised Taking of a Vehicle 10 Drink Driving 11 Fixed Charged Offences 12 Penalty Point Offences
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About Katie Dawson

Katie Dawson BL, BCL; Barrister- at- Law (Kings Inns) Graduated with Bachelor in Civil Law Degree from University College Cork in 2000; Graduated with Barrister -at- Law Degree from Honorable Society of Kings Inns in 2002 Called to Bar in Trinity Term 2002 Practising Barrister and current Vice Chair of Irish Criminal Bar Association
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