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Understanding the laws, science behind these,
and future implications of underage drinking
An educatational website grant provided by ICJI

Some states have per se laws, making it illegal to operate vehicles with any concentration of drugs or metabolites in a person's blood, while others have impairment laws. Most states train law enforcement officials to identify drugged impaired driving, but only a few states have laws that make drugged driving a stand alone offense. Some states have per se laws, making it illegal to operate vehicles with any concentration of drugs or metabolites in a person's blood, while others have impairment laws. Most states train law enforcement officials to identify drugged impaired driving, but only a few states have laws that make drugged driving a stand alone offense.

Some states have per se laws, making it illegal to operate vehicles with any concentration of drugs or metabolites in a person's blood, while others have impairment laws. Most states train law enforcement officials to identify drugged impaired driving, but only a few states have laws that make drugged driving a stand alone offense.

This online training program is segmented into three main areas of emphasis:

Legal Perspectives
presented by
Steve Johnson,
Attorney at Law
 
Toxicology, Science & Expert Witnesses
presented by
James E. Klaunig
 
Legal Ethics Issues
presented by
Linda Chezem, JD


 

 

News Headlines

New Law About BAC
Some states have per se laws, making it illegal to operate vehicles with any concentration of drugs or metabolites in a person's blood, while others have impairment laws.
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Article Number Two
Some states have per se laws, making it illegal to operate vehicles with any concentration of drugs or metabolites in a person's blood, while others have impairment laws.
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New Law About BAC
Some states have per se laws, making it illegal to operate vehicles with any concentration of drugs or metabolites in a person's blood, while others have impairment laws.
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