Drunk Driving and Related Vehicular Offenses

Drunk Driving and Related Vehicular Offenses

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In today's courts, there is no crime more aggressively legislated, prosecuted, or adjudicated than driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. This one-stop resource demystifies a complex area of law, analyzing exhaustively the many available avenues of prosecution and lines of defense. Noted DUI expert Robert S. Reiff, rated the most effective DUI advocate in South Florida in a 1991 Miami Herald study, shows you how to sell yourself to your client, select a jury, cross-examine the arresting officer, and deliver a strong closing argument. He offers his qTop Twenty Tipsq for defending DUI cases and provides a large assortment of proven forms for pleadings, motions, correspondence, and other uses. Learn from the Master DUI Practitioner, who has taught thousands of attorneys how to better manage their practices, win their cases, and increase their profits. The new Fifth Edition of Drunk Driving and Related Vehicular Offenses, updated with new case law and practical advice, provides coverage of numerous topics relevant to DUI and other driving offenses, including: a€c Physical sobriety exercises a€c Breath, urine, and blood tests a€c Double jeopardy limitations on prosecutions a€c Administrative driver's license hearings a€c Entrapment and necessity defenses a€c Jury instructions a€c Expert witness preparation and examination a€c Sentencing a€c Accident investigation and reconstruction a€c DUI and drug recognition a€c Boating under the influence a€c Murder, manslaughter, vehicular homicide, reckless driving, and other serious vehicular offenses A new qTrial Notebookq has been added to assist you in trial preparation. The Appendices include dozens of sample forms and motions to streamline your practice, along with sample questions for jurors and witnesses, and a wealth of other helpful materials for the DUI practitioner.properly admitted eyewitness statements, which alleged an intoxicated driver was driving erratically and recklessly just before his head-on ... 117 2003 NJ. Super. LEXIS 289. 118 Note that New Jersey now has a 90-day statute of limitations for DWI issuance. ... Ct. App. 2003) (accident report privilege not applicable where driver agreed to answer questions concerning accident after read his Mirandaanbsp;...

Title:Drunk Driving and Related Vehicular Offenses
Author:Robert S. Reiff
Publisher:LexisNexis - 2013-12-18


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