A guide to the complex world of prescribed drugs that explains the key provisions and how they interact. It also explains the key terminology; and is suitable for police, courts, prosecutors, defence advocates, drugs and crime prevention workers and students, researchers and others.
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Misuse of Drugs is a basic and accessible guide to the complex world of proscribed drugs. Expertly written by experienced lecturer Leonard Jason-Lloyd, it explains key provisions in short and illuminating chapters. Enhanced by tables, notes, appendices, definitions Explanations of how a multitude of drug laws apply Comprehensive lists of drugs, their classifications, related offences, penalties and other orders Developments that are likely to affect drugs law Misuse of Drugs will be extremely useful to a wide range of people including police officers, magistrates and other court practitioners, as well as those working in prisons and the probation service, drug workers, penal reformers, students and researchers. It is also suitable for use in schools and colleges of higher education. CONTAINS A CLOSING CHAPTER ON CURRENT ISSUES AND DEVELOPMENTS IN THE DRUGS ARENA