Drunk Driving and Related Vehicular Offenses, Fifth Edition

In today's courts, there is no crime more aggressively legislated, prosecuted, ...



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Drunk Driving and Related Vehicular Offenses
This one-volume, bound publication shows the DUI practitioner how to sell himself to the client, select a jury, cross-examine the arresting officer, and deliver a strong closing argument. Subjects discussed include chemical and field sobriety testing, DUI and drug recognition, double jeopardy, administrative driver's license hearings, expert witnesses, defenses, jury instructions, sentencing, and non-DUI vehicular offenses, including murder, manslaughter, vehicular homicide, and reckless driving. The Fifth Edition, published in 2010, is updated with new case law and practical advice and includes a new Trial Notebook for use in organizing and preparing for trial. Practical materials include the author's Top Twenty Tips for Defending DUI Cases and a large assortment of sample forms for pleadings, motions, correspondence, and other uses.

Drunk Driving and Related Vehicular Offenses
This one-volume, bound publication shows the DUI practitioner how to sell himself to the client, select a jury, cross-examine the arresting officer, and deliver a strong closing argument. Subjects discussed include chemical and field sobriety testing, DUI and drug recognition, double jeopardy, administrative driver's license hearings, expert witnesses, defenses, jury instructions, sentencing, and non-DUI vehicular offenses, including murder, manslaughter, vehicular homicide, and reckless driving. The Fifth Edition, published in 2010, is updated with new case law and practical advice and includes a new Trial Notebook for use in organizing and preparing for trial. Practical materials include the author's "Top Twenty Tips for Defending DUI Cases" and a large assortment of sample forms for pleadings, motions, correspondence, and other uses.