Understanding DUI Scientific Evidence provides an authoritative, insider's perspective on the different types of evidence that must be considered in a DUI case. Featuring partners and scientists from across the nation, these experts guide the reader through the process of successfully navigating both the legal and scientific aspects involved in developing a strong defense. These professionals offer insights on certain drugs and medical conditions that can lead to a DUI charge, forensic gait analysis, the validity of test results linked to those and other issues, the human-error element, and the use of expert witnesses. Additionally, these authors discuss the importance of following specific guidelines when writing expert reports and explain the role of measurement uncertainty in forensic toxicology for DUI cases. The different niches represented and the breadth of perspectives presented enable readers to get inside some of the great minds of today, as these experienced professionals offer up their thoughts on the keys to success within this ever-evolving field.
1. Joseph Citron, MD, JD, and Lawrence E. Wines, JD - "The Care and Feeding of Your Expert Witnesses"
2. Paul N. Greenberg, DPM - "Forensic Gait Analysis"
3. Justin J. McShane, JD - "Applied Epistemology or Subconsciously Bending the Truth: The Human Frailties of the Mind that Manifest in Bias of the Officer at the Roadside."
4. Justin J. McShane, JD - "Consciousness of Guilt or Reasonable Confusion: How Applied Epistemology Can Negate the Burden Shifting Game in a DUI Refusal Case"
5. Justin J. McShane, JD - "How to Write an Expert Report"
6. Justin J. McShane, JD - "The Inability to Quantify: Values that Are Outside the Demonstrated Linear Dynamic Range of Detection Lead to the Impossibility to Prove Guilt beyond a Reasonable Doubt"
7. Justin J. McShane, JD - "A Scientific Examination of the Validity of Evidentiary Breath Testing as Applied to DUI Prosecution in the United States Today"
8. Francis Gengo, PharmD, and Karen Shin, PharmD - "Impairment versus Complex Parasomnic Behavior Associated with Zolpidem and Other Hypnotic Drugs"
9. Joseph Citron, MD, JD - "DUI Drugs: A Basis for Understanding DUID"
10. Francis Gengo, PharmD, Justine M. Kirsch, PharmD, and Jeffrey S. Janofsky, MD - "A Critical Evaluation of the Scientific and Statistical Validity of the Drug Recognition Evaluation (DRE) Program"
11. Michael J. Nichols, JD, and Andreas Stolz, PhD - "Measurement Uncertainty: The Foundation for Reliable Forensic Toxicology"
12. Joseph Citron, MD, JD, and Lawrence E. Wines, JD - "Syncope and Vision"
13. Joseph Citron, MD, JD, and Lawrence E. Wines, JD - "Medical Conditions and Diseases that Can Impact the DUI Investigation"
Appendix A: Crime Lab Discovery Base
Appendix B: The Burns Depression Checklist
Appendix C: Motion for Access to Crime or Other Laboratory(ies) that Tests Samples from Defendant
Appendix D: Request for Disclosure, Discovery & Inspection
Appendix E: Problems Associated with Making Scientific Measurements Outside of the Demonstrated Linear Dynamic Range
Appendix F: Expert Report
Appendix G: Information in Support of Motions to Exclude/Suppress Retrograde Extrapolations
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