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The amended Drug Drive Law was implemented

2nd March 2015

Contact Lillian's Family at [email protected]

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Our Objectives;


* Introduce roadside drugs testing devices.

* Make it a criminal offence to drive whilst under the influence of drugs.

* Impose tougher sentences on those found guilty of drug-driving

* Conducting random spot checks.


Lillian's Law approved by Royal assent and in 2015 these are the changes to Drug Driving


Offenders found guilty of drug-driving will face an automatic ban of at least 12 months, up to six months in jail and a fine of up to £5,000.