Current Science and Technology to Detect and Monitor Alcohol and Drug Use in Impaired Driving Cases
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Current Science and Technology to Detect and Monitor Alcohol and Drug Use in Impaired Driving Cases

Current Science and Technology to Detect and Monitor Alcohol and Drug Use in Impaired Driving Cases
Product Code: CET13CSTOLC
Faculty: Hon. Mary Celeste, Hon. Brian MacKenzie
Recording Date: March 21, 2013
Page Count: 62
Running Time: 90 minutes
Credit Hours: 1.5
Ethics Hours: 0
Sponsoring Entities: Center for Professional Development, Criminal Justice Section, Judicial Division, Section of Litigation, Section of Science & Technology Law, Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division
Topics: Courts, Criminal Law, Legal Technology, Litigation, Technology Law
Format: Online Course - CET13CSTOLC
Other Formats: CD - CET13CSTCDR Audio Download - CET13CSTAUD
Pricing: $129.00 (Regular)
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This program will set forth the problems that give rise to impaired driving cases and thus create the need to detect and identify alcohol and drugs. The panelists will identify the existing and developing science and technology used to both detect and monitor impaired driving defendants and review the current studies related to the use of this science and technology. The program also will address the cost and benefits of the various technologies as they relate to recidivism. Lastly, it will discuss judicial considerations and constitutional issues.

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