Other offences

Three major conventions adopted by the United Nations in 1961, 1971, and 1988 guide national and international law on the control of drugs. In compliance with these conventions, signatory countries have enacted legislation to control the supply, production, and misuse of psychotropic drugs, though there is considerable international variation. In countries such as France and Germany, penalties for possession do not relate to the class of drug. By contrast, in England, Spain, and Italy, penalties relate to the perceived dangerousness of the drug of misuse. In Britain, the non-medical use of drugs is subject to the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 and the

Misuse of Drugs Regulations 1985.

Other offences include driving cars or public conveyances such as trains whilst under the influence of alcohol or other drugs. Again, penalties vary widely from country to country.

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