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Title: $11.3M verdict for drunken driver's passenger.Year: 1997Journal: Dram Shop and Alcohol Reporter 15(No. 10): 1-1,
Title: $750,000 verdict in wheelchair-bound patron's drive through tavernYear: 2000Journal: Dram Shop and Alcohol Reporter 18(2): 3-7
Title: 16 year old drank quart for moneyYear: 2001Journal: Dram Shop and Alcohol Reporter 19(10): 1, 2-3
Title: The 1972 Alko strike, home-made alcohol and illicit trade.Author(s): Mäkelä, K. and Pöysä, T.Publisher: Helsinki;Source: Chap. 6, pp. 69-79. In: Österberg, E. and Säilä, S.-L., eds. Natural experiments with decreased availability of alcoholic beverages: Finnish alcohol strikes in 1972 and 1985. (Finnish Foundation for Alcohol Studies, Vol. 40.) 218 pp.Year: 1991
Title: 1990 state substance laws.Author(s): Thomas, C.Publisher: Washington * Intergovernmental Health Policy Project, The George Washington University;Source: 162 pp.Year: 1991
Title: 1997 Wisconsin alcohol traffic facts bookAuthor(s): Wisconsin. Department of Transportation.Publisher: MadisonSource: 46 pp.Year: 1998
Title: 1998 Wisconsin alcohol traffic facts bookAuthor(s): Wisconsin. Department of Transportation.Publisher: MadisonSource: 46 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Abandoning our children: mothers, alcohol and drugs.Author(s): Kydd, J. W.Year: 1992Journal: Denver University Law Review 69: 359-479,
Title: Abandonment of mandatory jail for impaired drivers in Norway and Sweden.Author(s): Ross, H. L. and Klette, H.Year: 1995Journal: Accident Analysis and Prevention 27: 151-157,ISSN: 0001-4575Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Aboriginal people: victims of colonisation.Author(s): Sumner, M.Year: 1995Journal: Aboriginal Islanders Hlth Worker J. 19: 8-11,
Title: Aboriginal wellbeing and liquor licensing legislation in Western Australia.Author(s): Gray, D., Drandich, M., Moore, L., Wilkes, T., Riley, R. and Davies, S.Year: 1995Journal: Australian Journal of Public Health 19: 177-185,
Title: Abscondence and duration of treatment of compulsorily committed alcoholics on a locked ward: effects of changes in the treatment program and the law.Author(s): Gerdner, A., Furuholm, P-E. and Berglund, M.Year: 1997Journal: Scandinavian Journal of Social Welfare 6: 310-316,ISSN: 0907-2055Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Absence of physical intoxication signs among insober [sic] traffic participants.Author(s): Dzida, J. and Lewkowski, W.Publisher: Budapest, HungarySource: P. 62. In: International Council on Alcohol and Addictions. International Institute on the Prevention and Treatment of Alcoholism. 32nd. (Abstracts/Resumes.) 253 pp.Year: 1986
Title: Absent evidence of a traffic violation, there must be additional indicia of erratic driving before a reasonable suspicion arises that a motorist who is driving slowly is intoxicated.Year: 2007Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 26(2): 17-18ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Access & equality: the Americans with Disabilities Act.Author(s): OToole, P.Year: 1992Journal: Counselor, Arlington, VA 10 (No. 6): 29-31,
Title: Access to alcohol from licensed premises during adolescence: a longitudinal study.Author(s): Casswell, S. and Zhang, J-F.Year: 1997Journal: Addiction 92: 737-745,ISSN: 0965-2140Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Accident facts: 1998 editionPublisher: Itasca, IL * National Safety CouncilSource: vi + 154pp.Year: 1998
Title: Addiction and disability: moral and policy issues.Author(s): Wasserman, D.Year: 2004Journal: Substance Use and Misuse 39(3): 461-488ISSN: 1082-6084Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Addiction and the lawAuthor(s): Mack, A.H., Frances, R.J. and Miller, S.I.Publisher: New York * Guilford PressSource: Chap. 16, pp. 354-366. In: Frances, R.J., Miller, S.I. and Mack, A.H., eds. Clinical textbook of addictive disorders. 3d ed. xix + 684 pp.Year: 2005
Title: Addiction and the law: confidentiality to disclosure.Author(s): Williams, J. M.Publisher: Lawrenceville * Medical Society of New Jersey;Source: Pp. 842-843. In: Mellendick, G., ed. Addiction medicine. (N.J. Medicine, Vol. 90, No. 11.) Pp. 800-886.Year: 1993
Title: Addiction and responsibility: an introductionAuthor(s): Corrado, M. L.Year: 1999Journal: Law and Philosophy 18: 579-588
Title: Addiction as disability: the protection of alcoholics and drug addicts under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.Author(s): Henderson, R. J.Year: 1991Journal: Vanderbilt Law Review 44: 713-740,
Title: Addiction, autonomy, and advertising.Author(s): Law, S. A.Year: 1992Journal: Iowa Law Review 77: 909-955,
Title: Addiction psychiatry and the lawAuthor(s): Obolsky, A. E. and Miller, S. I.Publisher: New York * Guilford PressSource: Chap. 18, pp. 430-444. In: Frances, R. J. and Miller, S. I., eds. Clinical textbook of addictive disorders. 2d ed. xvi + 637pp.Year: 1998
Title: Addiction: questions and answers for counsellors and therapists.Author(s): Reading, B. and Jacobs, M., eds.Publisher: London: Whurr PublishersSource: xiii + 162 pp.Year: 2003
Title: The adjudication of alcoholism and drug abuse cases under section 501 of the rehabilitation act.Author(s): Crivens, T. A.Publisher: New Brunswick, NJ * Rutgers Continuing EducationSource: [Pp. 105-117] In: Smithers, R. Brinkley, Institute for Alcoholism Prevention and Workplace Problems. First annual symposium on the prevention of alcohol and other drug problems. varying pages.Year: 1988
Title: Administrative license revocation for drunk drivers: options and choices in three states.Author(s): Ross, H. L.Publisher: Washington * AAA Foundation for Traffic SafetySource: 49 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Administrative license suspension did not require a finding that the person actually drove, but merely that the officer had reasonable cause to believe that the person had drivenYear: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(7): 96-98ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Administrative revocation laws gaining favor: you could lose your license...really!Year: 1989Journal: Prevention File 5 (No. 1): 11-12,ISSN: 1065-3961Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Administrative suspension for underage licensee who possessed an identification card belonging to a person over 21 did not violate due process.Year: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(16): 235-236ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Admissibility of FST evidence in ALS hearing governed by APA not evidence code; no scientific foundation required; evidence sufficient to support probable cause for arrestYear: 2002Journal: Drinking Driving Law Letter 21(14): 254-255ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Admission as demonstrative evidence of chart which replicated portion of officer's arrest report and which the prosecutor filled out in conjunction with the officer's testimony did not violate hearsay ruleYear: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 25(6): 80-81ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Admission into evidence of driving while revoked to prove mental state of recklessness in vehicular homicide case harmful errorYear: 2002Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 21(10): 172-173ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Admission of breath test affidavit violated right to confrontation under Crawford v. Washington; discovery deposition does not qualify as an opportunity for cross-examination so as to satisfy CrawfordYear: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(14): 203-205ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Admission of breath test certifications did not violate confrontation clause rights under Crawford v. WashingtonYear: 2006Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 25(5):67-68ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Admission of breath test machine's maintenance and test records without in-court testimony of breath test technician did not violate CrawfordYear: 2006Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 25(12): 161-162ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Admission of certificate of inspection and compliance for breath testing instrument did not violate defendant's right of confrontationYear: 2006Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 25(2): 22ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Admission of copy of Intoxilyzer printout violated best evidence rule.Year: 2006Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 25(17): 236-237ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Admission of hospital urine test conducted for diagnostic purposes, rather than at the direction of the police, did not violate physician-patient privilege: because test was reliable, it was admissible even though not in compliance with approved methodsYear: 2003Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 22(14): 295-296ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Admission of laboratory certificate reflecting defendant's blood alcohol level violated defendant's right to confront the witnesses against himYear: 2006Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 25(16): 218-219ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Adolescent chemical dependency as a handicapping condition: an analysis of state regulations.Author(s): Williams, R. W.Year: 1990Journal: Journal of Adolescent Chemical Dependency 1 (No. 1): 69-82,ISSN: 0896-7768Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Adolescent substance abuse.Author(s): Flynn, S. P.Publisher: St. Louis * Mosby Year Book;Source: Chap. 12, pp. 232-248. In: Fleming, M. F. and Barry, K. L., eds. Addictive disorders. xxv + 439 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Adolescent substance abuse: confidentiality and consent.Author(s): Weddle, M. and Kokotailo, P.Publisher: Philadelphia * W.B. SaundersSource: pp. 301-315. In: Rogers, P.D. and Heyman, R.B., eds. Addiction medicine: adolescent substance abuse. (Pediatric Clinics of North America, vol. 49, no. 2). viii + 246-496 pp.Year: 2002ISSN: 0031-3955Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Adolescent substance abuse prevention.Author(s): Smelson, D. A.Publisher: Lawrenceville * Medical Society of New Jersey;Source: Pp. 845-848. In: Mellendick, G., ed. Addiction medicine. (N.J. Medicine, Vol. 90, No. 11.) Pp. 800-886.Year: 1993
Title: Adult who furnished alcohol to minors for underage beer party in her house was properly convicted for involuntary manslaughter based on subsequent fatal crash of car driven by intoxicated teenage partygoer.Year: 2003Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 22(25): 511ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Advocacy on behalf of drug-exposed children: legal perspectives.Author(s): Fink, J. R.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: Chap. 9, pp. 139-150. In: Office for Substance Abuse Prevention. Identifying the needs of drug-affected children: public policy issues. (OSAP Prevention Monogr.-11.) xi + 168 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Against excess: drug policy for results.Author(s): Kleiman, M. A. R.Publisher: New York * Basic BooksSource: xvi + 474 pp.Year: 1992
Title: AIDS: a guide to legal and policy issues.Author(s): Legal Action Center.Publisher: New YorkSource: 103 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Air Force pilot's license was properly suspended for refusing a blood test, where such refusal was not mandated by Air Force regulation prohibiting the donation of blood within 72 hours before a flight.Year: 2006Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 25(23): 329-330ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Airmen's detention of civilian on the basis of her odor of alcohol constituted a private citizen arrest which was not supported by probable causeYear: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(7): 117-118ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alabama v. Shelton did not extend the right to counsel to misdemeanor prosecutions where the defendant is sentenced only to probationYear: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(25): 463-464ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alaska appellate court holds that a defendant's guilt for the offense of DWI hinges on the BAC at the time of vehicle operation, not on the defendant's test result at some later time: Alaska statute prohibiting operation of a vehicle with a BAC of 0.08 or higher within four hours only means that if the defendant is over 0.08 within four hours there is circumstantial evidence of what must ultimately be proved--his BAC at the time of operationYear: 2002Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 21(25): 455ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alaska court of appeals denies rehearsing in case holding state must show BAC at time of drivingYear: 2003Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 22(4): 69-70ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alaska Supreme Court narrowly construes statute allowing officer to administer breath or blood alcohol test to include Schmerber exigent circumstances requirements.Year: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(14): 281-282ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol and the community: a systems approach to prevention.Author(s): Holder, H. D.Publisher: Cambridge, UK * Cambridge University PressSource: xiii + 183 pp.Year: 1998
Title: Alcohol and the control of labor on the Copperbelt.Author(s): Ambler, C.Publisher: Athens, OH * Ohio University Press;Source: Chap. 13, pp. 339-366. In: Crush, J. and Ambler, C., eds. Liquor and labor in southern Africa. xv + 432 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Alcohol and crime: breaking the link. Report of an enquiry into alcohol and crime carried out by the All Party Group on Alcohol Misuse between January and July 1995.Author(s): Great Britain. All Party Group on Alcohol Misuse.Publisher: London * Alcohol ConcernSource: 35 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Alcohol and driving in France: why we have seen changes and what is next?Author(s): Biecheler, M. B. and Jayet, M. Ch.Publisher: Washington;Source: Pp. 62-64. In: Transportation Research Board. The nature of and the reasons for the worldwide decline in drinking and driving. (Transportation Research Circular No. 422.) 71 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Alcohol and drug abuse prevention and control program. (Army Regulation 600-85.)Author(s): U. S. Department of the Army.Publisher: Washington;Source: 116 pp.Year: 1986
Title: Alcohol and drugs in the traffic law of the GDR.Author(s): Eulitz, J., Herold, Ch. and Krause, D.Publisher: Budapest, HungarySource: P. 60. In: International Council on Alcohol and Addictions. International Institute on the Prevention and Treatment of Alcoholism. 32nd. (Abstracts/Resumes.) 253 pp.Year: 1986
Title: Alcohol and drugs in the workplace.Author(s): Barabander, C. S.Publisher: New York * Guilford Press;Source: Chap. 4, pp. 69-87. In: Straussner, S. L. A., ed. Clinical work with substance-abusing clients. xvi + 381 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Alcohol and drugs in the workplace.Author(s): Butler, B.Publisher: Toronto * Butterworths;Source: xiv + 284 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Alcohol and the law: the legal framework of scientific evidence and expert testimonyAuthor(s): Moczula, B.Publisher: Tucson, AZ * Lawyers and Judges Publishing Co.;Source: Chap. 16, pp. 335-362. In: Garriott, J.C., ed. Medical-legal aspects of alcohol. 4th ed. x + 452 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Alcohol and other drug screening of hospitalized trauma patients.Author(s): Center for Substance Abuse Treatment.Publisher: Rockville, MD;Source: Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) Series 16. xi + 96 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Alcohol and other drugs in commercial transportation.Author(s): Hall, J. E.Publisher: Adelaide * NHMRC Road Accident Research Unit, University of Adelaide;Source: Pp. 3-10. In: Kloeden, C. N. and McLean, A. J., eds. Alcohol, drugs and traffic safety: proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Adelaide, 13 August - 18 August 1995. Vol. 1. xxv + 564 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Alcohol and other drugs: issues in arbitration.Author(s): Denenberg, T. S. and Denenberg, R. V.Publisher: Washington * Bureau of National AffairsSource: xvii + 387 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Alcohol and other drugs: the response of the political and medical institutions.Author(s): Pittman, D. J., Staudenmeier, W. J., Jr. and Kaplan, A.Year: 1991Journal: British Journal of Addiction 86: 967-975,ISSN: 0952-0481Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol and tobacco legislative policies in multicultural communitiesAuthor(s): Roemer, R.Publisher: Amityville, NY * Baywood Publishing Co.;Source: Chap. 11, pp. 231-259. In: Kar, S. B., ed. Substance abuse prevention: a multicultural perspective. xi + 319 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Alcohol and trauma.Author(s): Waller, J. A.Publisher: New York * Gardner PressSource: Chap. 8, pp. 67-76. In: Fassler, D., ed. The alcoholic patient: emergency medical intervention. x + 216 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Alcohol and violence.Author(s): Shepherd, J. P.Year: 1991Journal: Med.-leg. J. 59: 112-117,
Title: Alcohol and violence. (Editorial.)Year: 1990Journal: Lancet 336: 1223-1224,ISSN: 0140-6736Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol and the young. (Report of a joint working party of the Royal College of Physicians and the British Paediatric Association).Publisher: Lavenham, Great Brit. * The Lavenham Press Ltd;Source: ix + 103 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Alcohol and the young. (Report of a joint working party of the Royal College of Physicians and the British Paediatric Association).Publisher: Lavenham, UK * The Lavenham Press Ltd;Source: ix + 103 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Alcohol as a cause of violence or a facilitator of violence: Room and Rossow's 'The share of violence attributable to drinking.'Author(s): Indermaur, D.Year: 2001Journal: Journal of Substance Use 6(4): 232-234ISSN: 1465-9891Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol as a field of legal study.Author(s): Bonnie, R. J.Year: 1990Journal: Journal of Studies on Alcohol 51: 197-200,ISSN: 0096-882XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol availability and alcohol-related crashes: does distance make a difference?Author(s): Giacopassi, D. and Winn, R.Year: 1995Journal: American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 21: 407-416,ISSN: 0095-2990Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol Beverage Advertising Act, S.664.Author(s): U. S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, Subcommittee on Consumer.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: Hearing, 102d Congress, 2d session, 2 Apr. 1992. iv + 139 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Alcohol: the clinician's role in evaluating legal responsibility.Author(s): Lande, R. G.Year: 1993Journal: Military Medicine 158: 748-751,ISSN: 0026-4075Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol consumption and alcohol control policy in the Netherlands.Author(s): Garretsen, H. F. L. and Knibbe, R. A.Publisher: Lausanne, Switzerland * International Council on Alcohol and AddictionsSource: Pp. 444-452. In: Tongue, A. and Tongue, E., eds. Proceedings of the 31st International Institute on the Prevention and Treatment of Alcoholism. Vol. 1. Rome, 2-7 June 1985. 495 pp.Year: 1986
Title: Alcohol consumption and the liability of offenders in the German criminal system.Author(s): Fischer, B. and Rehm, J.Year: 1996Journal: Contemporary Drug Problems 23: 707-729,ISSN: 0091-4509Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol consumption by college students and related liability issues.Author(s): Gregory, D. E.Year: 1985Journal: J. Law Educ. 14 (No. 1): 43-53,
Title: Alcohol content labeling and advertising: the Adolph Coors Company lawsuit.Author(s): Martin, C. S., Oade, K. P., Jr. and Nirenberg, T. D.Year: 1992Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 22: 949-958,ISSN: 0022-0426Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol control: issues in taxing, production, and distribution.Author(s): Maypole, D. E.Year: 1991Journal: International Journal of the Addictions 16: 1013-1018,ISSN: 0020-773XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol control policies in Norway and their effects.Author(s): Nordlund, S.Publisher: Oslo * National Directorate for the Prevention of Alcohol and Drug ProblemsSource: Pp. 141-154. In: Skog, O.-J. and Waahlberg, R., eds. Alcohol and drugs: the Norwegian experience. 238 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Alcohol controls and Aboriginal society: the effects of the Northern Territory restricted areas legislation.Author(s): DAbbs, P.Year: 1989Journal: Australian Drug and Alcohol Review 8: 21-29,ISSN: 0726-4550Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol: the facts.Author(s): Australia. Commonwealth Department of Community Services and Health.Publisher: CanberraSource: 23 pp.Year: 1987
Title: Alcoholic beverage server liability and the reduction of alcohol-related problems; evaluation of dram shop laws. Final report.Author(s): Holder, H., Wagenaar, A., Saltz, R., Mosher, J. and Janes, K.Publisher: Springfield, VA * National Technical Information Service;Source: Prepared for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. 191 pp.Year: 1990
Title: The Alcoholic Beverages Labeling Act of 1988: a preemptive shield against fetal alcohol syndrome claims?Author(s): Wagner, E. N.Year: 1991Journal: Journal of Legal Medicine 12: 167-200,ISSN: 0194-7648Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcoholic blackouts: legal implications.Author(s): Sweeney, D. F.Year: 1990Journal: Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 7: 155-159,ISSN: 0740-5472Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcoholics Anonymous: anonymous theists? Griffin v. Coughlin and the "wall of separation between church and state" in the New York State prison systemAuthor(s): McBride, J. E.Year: 1998Journal: Cardozo Law Review 19: 1455-1530
Title: Alcohol in Kenya: answers and questions.Author(s): Partanen, J.Publisher: Helsinki * Social Research Institute of Alcohol StudiesSource: Pp. 489-514. In: Kortteinen, T., ed. State monopolies and alcohol prevention: report and working papers of a collaborative international study. 626 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Alcohol in Oceania.Author(s): Casswell, S.Publisher: Auckland, New Zealand * University of AucklandSource: 98 pp.Year: 1986
Title: Alcohol in southern Africa labor historyAuthor(s): Ambler, C. and Crush, J.Publisher: Athens, OH * Ohio University Press;Source: Chap. 1, pp. 1-55. In: Crush, J. and Ambler, C., eds. Liquor and labor in southern Africa. xv + 432 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Alcohol in Sweden--a country profile.Author(s): Nilsson, T.Publisher: Helsinki * Social Research Institute of Alcohol StudiesSource: Pp. 311-354. In: Kortteinen, T., ed. State monopolies and alcohol prevention: report and working papers of a collaborative international study. 626 pp.Year: 1989
Title: 'Alcohol intoxication' or 'drunkenness': is there a difference?Author(s): Rix, K. J. B.Year: 1989Journal: Medicine, Science and the Law 29: 100-106,
Title: Alcohol in the workplace and employer liability: legal theories and policy recommendations.Author(s): Harrington, C., Mosher, J. F. and Coleman, V.Publisher: San Francisco, CA * Institute for Research and Evaluation, Prevention Research Center;Source: mimeogr. 52 pp.Year: 1987
Title: Alcoholism and drug abuse in the workplace. 2d ed.Author(s): Scanlon, W. F.Publisher: New York * PraegerSource: xvi + 189 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Alcoholism and other drug problems.Author(s): Royce, J. E. and Scratachley, D.Publisher: New York * The Free Press;Source: xi + 386 pp.Year: 1996
Title: Alcoholism and responsibility. (Letter.)Author(s): Pinta, E. R.Year: 1989Journal: American Journal of Psychiatry 146: 125,ISSN: 0002-953XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcoholism as willful misconduct [reply]. (Letter.)Author(s): Seessel, T. V.Year: 1989Journal: Journal of the American Medical Association 261: 865,ISSN: 0098-7484Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcoholism: can honest mistake about one's capacity for self control be an excuse?Author(s): Fingarette, H.Publisher: New York * Pergamon Press;Source: Pp. 77-93. In: Mitchell, C., ed. Intoxication and criminal responsibility. (International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, Vol. 13, Nos. 1/2.) 161 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Alcoholism, freedom, and moral responsibility.Author(s): Lehman, W.Publisher: New York * Pergamon Press;Source: Pp. 103-121. In: Mitchell, C., ed. Intoxication and criminal responsibility. (International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, Vol. 13, Nos. 1/2.) 161 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Alcoholism treatment: a social work perspective.Author(s): VanWormer, K.Publisher: Chicago * Nelson-Hall Publishers;Source: xv + 356 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Alcohol--less is better. (WHO Regional Pubns., European Series, No. 70.)Author(s): Anderson, P., ed.Publisher: Copenhagen * World Health Organization, Regional Office for Europe;Source: 39 pp.Year: 1996
Title: Alcohol licensing laws: proposals for changes in Scottish law.Author(s): Ritson, B.Year: 2004Journal: Alcohol and Alcoholism 39(1): 2-7ISSN: 0735-0414Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol licensing system changes and alcohol consumption: introduction of wine into New Zealand grocery stores.Author(s): Wagenaar, A. C. and Langley, J. D.Year: 1995Journal: Addiction 90: 773-783,ISSN: 0965-2140Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol--a national policy?Author(s): Groves, T.Year: 1990Journal: Brit. med. J. 300: 1030-1031,
Title: Alcohol: no ordinary commodity. A summary of the bookAuthor(s): Alcohol and Public Policy Group.Year: 2003Journal: The Globe, No. 3: 3-10ISSN: 1460-9142Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol policies in the ECAS countries, 1950-2000.Author(s): Osterberg, E. and Karlsson, T.Publisher: Stockholm * Almqvist and Wiksell International;Source: Chap. 2, pp. 11-48. In: Norstrom, T., ed. Alcohol in postwar Europe: consumption, drinking patterns, consequences and policy responses in 15 European countries. 236 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Alcohol policy and public good.Author(s): Edwards, G., Anderson, P., Babor, T. F., Casswell, S., Ferrence, R., Giesbrecht, N., Godfrey, C., Holder, H. D., Lemmons, P., Mäkelä, K., et al.Publisher: New York * Oxford Unversity Press;Source: xii + 226 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Alcohol policy: gaps between legislative action and current researchAuthor(s): Wagenaar, A. C. and Toomey, T. L.Year: 2000Journal: Contemporary Drug Problems 27(4): 681-733ISSN: 0091-4509Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol policy in Europe: lessons learned and new challengesAuthor(s): Rutherford, D.Year: 2000Journal: Journal of Substance Use 5(1): 21-29ISSN: 1465-9891Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol policy within a fiscal frame: the case of state alcohol monopoly in Iceland.Author(s): Olafsdóttir, H.Year: 1993Journal: Contemporary Drug Problems 20: 247-262,ISSN: 0091-4509Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol, politics and social policy.Author(s): Baggott, R.Publisher: Brookfield, VT * Gower PublishingSource: viii + 176 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Alcohol prevention targeting licensed premises: a study of effects on violenceAuthor(s): Wallin, E., Norstrom, T. and Andreasson, S.Year: 2003Journal: Journal of Studies on Alcohol 64(2): 270-277ISSN: 0096-882XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol problems & alcoholism: a comprehensive survey.Author(s): Royce, J. E.Publisher: New York * Free PressSource: Rev. ed. xvii + 410 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Alcohol problems and alcohol control in EuropeAuthor(s): Davies, P. and Walsh, D.Publisher: London * Croom, HelmSource: xxviii + 320 pp.Year: 1983
Title: Alcohol regulation and gender-specific parental violence towards childrenAuthor(s): Markowitz, S. J.Publisher: City University of New YorkSource: 106 pp. Ph.D. dissertation,Year: 1998
Title: Alcohol-related crime: the good practice of the magistrates' courts.Author(s): Norton, A.Year: 1998Journal: AlcoholAlcsm. 33: 78-82,
Title: Alcohol sales to underage adolescents: an unobtrusive observational field study and evaluation of a police interventionAuthor(s): Willner, P., Hart, K., Binmore, J., Cavendish, M. and Dunphy, E.Year: 2000Journal: Addiction 95(9): 1373-1388ISSN: 0965-2140Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alcohol server liability: a compilation of dram shop and related statutes and judicial rulings.Publisher: Alexandria, VA * National Alcoholic Beverage Control AssociationSource: 9th ed. 186 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Alcohol situation and alcohol policy: recent Polish experiences.Author(s): Wald, I., Moskalewicz, J. and Morawski, J.Publisher: Budapest, HungarySource: P. 6. In: International Council on Alcohol and Addictions. International Institute on the Prevention and Treatment of Alcoholism. 32nd. (Abstracts/Resumes.) 253 pp.Year: 1986
Title: An alcohol-traffic-program suited for the delinquent driver under influence.Author(s): Smulders, M.Publisher: Cologne * Verlag TÜV Rheinland;Source: Pp. 345-352. In: Utzelmann, H.-D., Berghaus, G. and Kroj, G., eds. Alcohol, drugs and traffic safety - T92: Band 1. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Cologne, 28 September - 2 October, 1992. 519 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Alcohol treatment center cleared in patient's death.Year: 1998Journal: Dram Shop and Alcohol Reporter 16(No. 4): 4-5,
Title: Alcohol-treatment issues in Nigeria: traditional healers and modern psychiatry.Author(s): Odejide, A. O., Ohaeri, J. U., Adelekan, M. and Ikuesan, B. A.Publisher: Albany * State University of New York Press;Source: Pp. 277-284. In: Klingemann, H., Takala, J-P., and Hunt, G., eds. Cure, care, or control: alcoholism treatment in sixteen countries. vi + 341 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Alcohol use and sexual risk-taking among adolescents: methodological approaches for addressing causal issues.Author(s): Cooper, M. L., Skinner, J. B. and George, W. H.Publisher: New York * Alan R. LissSource: Pp. 11-19. In: Seminara, D., Watson, R. R. and Pawlowski, A., eds. Alcohol, immunomodulation, and AIDS. xix + 457 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Alcohol: variety of problems and solutions.Author(s): Cameron, D.Publisher: London * Social Affairs UnitSource: Chap. 10, pp. 170-186. In: Anderson, D., ed. Drinking to your health: the allegations and the evidence. 229 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Alcohol warning posters: how to get legislation passed in your city.Author(s): Blume, S. B.Publisher: Washington, DC * Center for Science in the Public Interest;Source: vi + 25 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Alcohol warnings: how do you know when you have had one too many?Author(s): Scammon, D. L., Mayer, R. N. and Smith, K. R.Year: 1991Journal: Journal of Public Policy and Marketing 10: 214-218,ISSN: 0743-9156Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alco Sensor IV test result admissible even without compliance with Title 17 regulationsYear: 2002Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 21(19): 337-338ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Alleged brain damage, diminished capacity, mens rea, and misuse of medical concepts.Author(s): Perr, I. N.Year: 1991Journal: J. forens. Sci. 36: 722-727,
Title: Alternate theories of driving and actual physical control are not separate and distinct crimes, but rather two ways of committing a single offense.Year: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(6): 99-100ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Although Dept. of Transportation could issue an ignition interlock restricted license upon restoration of licensee's driving privileges, it could not on its own order licensee to have interlock devices installed in all of his vehiclesYear: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(10): 169-170ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Although punishable by a maximum of only 180 days in jail, first-time driving with ability impaired is a serious offense for which a defendant has the right to a trial by jury, by virtue of its placement in the same statute as other more serious drunk driving offensesYear: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(13): 189-191ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Although tip from readily identifiable informant was more reliable than a purely anonymous tip, bare allegation of reckless or drunk driving was insufficient to create a reasonable, articulable suspicion of criminal activity where officer did not independently observe any traffic violations or erratic drivingYear: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(13): 191-192ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Although trial court properly suppressed results of field sobriety tests which were not administered in strict compliance with NHTSA standards, the officer's observations of the defendant's performance were admissible as lay witness testimony.Year: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(4): 71-72ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The Americans with Disabilities Act: implications for managed care for persons with mental illness and addiction disordersAuthor(s): Rosenbaum, S., Teitelbaum, J. and Silverstein, R.Publisher: Rockville, MD * Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationSource: 30 pp.Year: 1999
Title: The Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990 as applied to an adult with alcohol dependence.Author(s): Stoffel, V. C.Year: 1992Journal: American Journal of Occupational Therapy 46: 640-644,
Title: The Americans with Disabilities Act: a practical guide to cost-effective compliance.Author(s): McGladrey & Pullen.Publisher: New York * Panel Publishers;Source: rev. ed. varying pages.Year: 1994
Title: The Americans with Disabilities Act: the responsibilities of health care providers, insurers and managed care organizations.Author(s): Dowell, M. A.Year: 1992Journal: J. Hlth Hosp. Law 25: 289-306, 312,
Title: Anonymous 911 report of erratic driving furnished reasonable suspicion to stop the defendant's vehicle, despite officer's failure to independently observe any erratic driving.Year: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(3): 47-49ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Anonymous tip insufficient to stop vehicle for driving recklesslyYear: 2002Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 21(24): 437-438ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Anonymous tip of erratic driving justified traffic stop, even absent independent police observation of erratic driving.Year: 2006Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 25(17): 229-232ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Anonymous tip of person staggering in drug store and then entering vehicle did not create reasonable suspicion for stop, absent any indicia of reliability or police corroborationYear: 2006Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 25(6): 79ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: An anonymous tip of reckless driving is sufficient to justify a limited investigatory stop if the tip is firmly rooted in time and place.Year: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(6): 100-102ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Anonymous tip that driver engaged in conduct that was offensive but not criminal did not justify a stop; although tip provided accurate identifying information, it included no predictive information, and the police did not personally observe any suspicious or illegal conductYear: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(20): 385-386ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Another day at the beach. (Englund vs. Mn Ca Partners, et al 555 N.W. 2d 328 [Minnesota, 1996])Year: 1997Journal: Dram Shop and Alcohol Reporter 15 (No. 2): 7-8,
Title: Answering the tough questions about alcoholism and substance abuse under the ADA and FMLAAuthor(s): Starkman, P. E.Year: 2000Journal: Employee Relations Law Journal 25(4): 43-77ISSN: 0098-8898Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988: a guide to programs for state and local anti-drug assistance.Author(s): U.S. Congress. House. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: iii + 133 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988. Public Law 100-690.Author(s): U.S. Laws, Statutes, etc.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: 364 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Appendix: Model Alcoholic Beverages Retail Licensee Liability Act of 1985. (Model provisions only).Publisher: Greenwich, CT * JAI PressSource: Pp. 439-446. In: Holder, H. D., ed. Control issues in alcohol abuse prevention: strategies for states and communities. Suppl. No. 1. xvii + 446 pp.Year: 1987
Title: Application of mandatory supervised release statute to defendant's felony DUI (third offense) conviction did not violate ex post facto clause, even though statute was enacted after one of defendant's prior DUI convictionsYear: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(25): 464-465ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Apprehending and prosecuting the drunk driver: a manual for police and prosecution.Author(s): Cohen, H. M. and Green, J. B.Publisher: New York * Matthew Bender;Source: varying pages.Year: 1995
Title: Approaches to alcohol control policy.Author(s): Lehto, J.Publisher: Copenhagen * World Health Organization, Regional Office for EuropeSource: (WHO Regional Pubns., European Series, No. 60.) iv + 61 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Approaches to treatment of substance abuse.Author(s): World Health Organization. Programme on Substance Abuse.Publisher: GenevaSource: Other Populations and Alcohol * vi + 194 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Arbitration of drug testing disputes.Author(s): Schneider Denenberg, T. and Denenberg, R. V.Publisher: New York * Plenum Publishing Corp.;Source: Chap. 10, pp. 205-229. In: Macdonald, S. and Roman, P., eds. Research advances in alcohol and drug problems. Volume 11: drug testing in the workplace. xiv + 341 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Are a blood alcohol concentration of 256mg/dl and minimal signs of impairment reliable indications of alcohol dependence?Author(s): Jones, A. W.Year: 1994Journal: Medicine, Science and the Law 34: 265-270,
Title: Are officers making drunk driving arrests immune from civil suit?Year: 1998Journal: Impaired Driving Update 2(3): 37ISSN: 1091-4684Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Are you positive? The relationship of minority composition to workplace drug and alcohol testingAuthor(s): Gee, G.C., Curbow, B., Ensminger, M.E., Griffin, J., Laflamme, D.J., McDonnell, K., LeGrande, D. and Agnew, J.Year: 2005Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 35(4): 755-778ISSN: 0022-0426Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
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Title: Arrest based on second hand information of drunk driving impermissibleYear: 1999Journal: Impaired Driving Update 3(4): 92ISSN: 1091-4684Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Arrestee's statement that he preferred a breath test to a blood test was the equivalent of a request for a second or alternate test; suppression of the blood test results was the remedy for the officer's failure to honor that requestYear: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(9): 130-131ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Arrest for driving with a suspended license violated Fourth Amendment, where it was based on erroneous information maintained by DMV: exclusionary rule applied because DMV was an adjunct of law enforcement.Year: 2006Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 25(25): 353-356ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Arresting addictions: drug education and relapse prevention in correctionsAuthor(s): Alexander, R. B. and Pratsinak, G. J.Publisher: Lanham, MD * American Correctional Asso.;Format: Curriculum. 5 * Curriculum. 4 * Manual. 4Source: ix + 261 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Arresting officer's citation to repealed DUI statute, rather than current DUI statute, did not render arrest invalidYear: 2006Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 25(8): 103-105ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Arresting officer's failure to carefully watch driver for fifteen minutes before administering breath test rendered test results inadmissibleYear: 2006Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 25(1): 1-3ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Arresting officer's failure to follow manufacturer's instructions for Alco-Sensor III and failure to record data require suppression of intoxilyzer test resultYear: 2003Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 22(2): 34-35ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Ask Jan: To deny treatment to a minor who requests it because a parent refuses to consent is to be a party to child abuse."Author(s): Woititz, J. G.Year: 1989Journal: Changes 4 (No. 3): 13, 53,ISSN: 0892-1504Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Assessment handbook: a handbook on procedures for addictions assessment/referral services.Publisher: Ontario * Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Research FoundationSource: xii + varying pages.Year: 1990
Title: At hearing on motion to exclude refusal evidence, prosecution has the burden to prove by a preponderance of evidence that: 1) clear and proper warnings were given, and 2) a true and persistent refusal then followed Defendant whose failure to successfully complete breath test was attributable to officer's failure to explain that he needed to blow longer and harder into the machine did not truly and deliberately refuse breath test; evidence of refusal excluded from evidenceYear: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(10): 139-141ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Attempted DWI not a legally cognizable criminal offense; trial court lacked jurisdiction to enter judgmentYear: 2003Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 22(1): 7-8ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Attitudes of the NSW public to the relaxation of liquor licensing laws.Author(s): Homel, P. and Flaherty, B.Publisher: Rozelle, New South Wales * CEIDASource: 6 pp. + tables.Year: 1988
Title: Attorney ordered to pay, jointly and severally with client, appellate fees and costs on frivolous appeal; New Jersey DWI statute substantially similar to interstate compact offense; driver convicted in another state not entitled to ARD treatmentYear: 2003Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 22(8): 144ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: At what blood alcohol concentration should drink-driving be illegal? Something lower than 17.4 mmol/l (0.8g/l).Author(s): Guppy, A.Year: 1994Journal: Brit. Med. J. 308: 1055-1056,
Title: Automating drink/drive procedures to reduce police time and eliminate errors.Author(s): Hopfensperger, P. J.Publisher: Adelaide * NHMRC Road Accident Research Unit, University of Adelaide;Source: Pp. 475-480. In: Kloeden, C. N. and McLean, A. J., eds. Alcohol, drugs and traffic safety: proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Adelaide, 13 August - 18 August 1995. Vol. 1. xxv + 564 pp.Year: 1995
Title: The availability of alcohol: prior research and future directions [and discussion].Author(s): Single, E.Year: 1988Journal: Australian Drug and Alcohol Review 7: 273-285,ISSN: 0726-4550Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Bachelor party, alcohol and fireworksYear: 1999Journal: Dram Shop and Alcohol Reporter 17(2): 1, 3-4
Title: Back calculation of alcohol: the "Hip-flask defense".Author(s): Brahams, D.Year: 1988Journal: Lancet 2: 1504,ISSN: 0140-6736Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Back calculation on alcohol [working back on blood test taken hours later].Author(s): Dyer, C.Year: 1988Journal: Brit. med. J. 297: 1566-1567,
Title: Backs to the fence: law, liquor, and the search for social control in an East Rand Town, 1929-1942.Author(s): Bonner, P.Publisher: Athens, OH * Ohio University Press;Source: Chap. 11, pp. 269-305. In: Crush, J. and Ambler, C., eds. Liquor and labor in southern Africa. xv + 432 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Bad ankle, flip flops, strange men and PTSDYear: 2002Journal: Dram Shop and Alcohol Reporter 20(4): 4-6
Title: Barbarians at the gates.Author(s): Gitlow, S.Year: 1993Journal: Journal of Addictive Diseases 12 (No. 2): 9-21,ISSN: 1055-0887Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Bar judged to be 47% at fault pays 100% of judgment.Year: 1987Journal: Dram Shop and Alcohol Reporter 5 (No. 4): 5-6,
Title: Bar not entitled to written notice of driver's habitual addiction.Year: 1987Journal: Dram Shop and Alcohol Reporter 5 (No. 4): 2-3,
Title: Bar owner finds out bankruptcy doesn't wipe out all of his debts.Year: 1995Journal: Bottom Line on Alcohol in Society 16 (No. 2): 42-43,ISSN: 0891-6950Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Barriers to implementing WHO European Alcohol Action Plan.Year: 1995Journal: Bottom Line on Alcohol in Society 16 (No. 1): 44-72,ISSN: 0891-6950Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Battered women's syndrome increasingly presented as defense to DUI/DWIYear: 2000Journal: Impaired Driving Update 3(3): 68-70ISSN: 1091-4684Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Because refusal proceeding was quasicriminal in nature, reasonable doubt standard was required; preponderance standard established by statute was insufficient .Year: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(16): 231-232ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Beer brewing in Umtata: women, migrant labor, and social control in a rural town.Author(s): Redding, S.Publisher: Athens, OH * Ohio University Press;Source: Chap. 9, pp. 235-251. In: Crush, J. and Ambler, C., eds. Liquor and labor in southern Africa. xv + 432 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Beer cans on the picnic table. (Miller vs. Thomack 555 N.W. 2d 130 [Wisconsin, 1996])Year: 1997Journal: Dram Shop and Alcohol Reporter 15 (No. 2): 4-7,
Title: Behaviors and opinions of Swedish drivers before and after the 0.02% legal BAC limit of 1990.Author(s): Aberg, L.Publisher: Cologne * Verlag TÜV Rheinland;Source: Pp. 1266-1270. In: Utzelmann, H.-D., Berghaus, G. and Kroj, G., eds. Alcohol, drugs and traffic safety - T92: Band 3. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Cologne, 28 September - 2 October, 1992. Pp. 1151-1602.Year: 1993
Title: Being a good samaritan is no easy job: focusing on the responsible hospitality movement.Year: 1991Journal: Bottom Line on Alcohol in Society 11 (No. 4): 52-54,ISSN: 0891-6950Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Bifurcation of felony DUI trial not necessary, but trial court should allow stipulation to prior DUI convictions and give limiting instructionYear: 2002Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 21(20): 353-355ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Blood alcohol concentration limits worldwidePublisher: Washington * International Center for Alcohol PoliciesSource: ICAP Reports 11. 7 pp.Year: 2002
Title: Blood alcohol evidence lawfully obtained under Wisconsin law at a Wisconsin hospital was admissible in Minnesota DUI prosecution, even though Minnesota's physician-patient privilege would have barred its admission had the evidence been obtained in MinnesotaYear: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(2): 17-19ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Blood alcohol testing in the clinical laboratory: problems and suggested remedies.Author(s): Frajola, W. J.Year: 1993Journal: Clin. Chem. 39: 377-379,
Title: Blood alcohol tests in the emergency department.Author(s): George, J. E. and Quattrone, M. S.Year: 1994Journal: J. Emerg. Nurs. 20: 232-233,
Title: Blood and breath alcohol concentrations.Author(s): Jones, A. W.Year: 1992Journal: Brit. Med. J. 305: 955,
Title: Blood drawn in Iowa hospital was admissible in Illinois DUI trial, absent some special reason to override Illinois' exception to the physician-patient privilegeYear: 2003Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 22(6): 101ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Blood draw permitted where defendant is only party injured and police have probable cause to believe DUIYear: 2002Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 21(12): 214-215ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Blood draw was supported by probable cause and was proper even though defendant was not arrested until seven months later. Defendant was not entitled to spoliation instruction where the destruction of evidence was not intentional or in bad faithYear: 2003Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 22(12): 224-225ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Blood test results were admissible despite lack of evidence that blood was drawn by veni-puncture, as required by state regulationYear: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(2): 21-23ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Brady, Arizona v. Youngblood, and progeny do not require suppression of breath test results and dismissal of DUI charges because of routine purging of Intoxilyzer 5000 memory dataYear: 2002Journal: Drinking Driving Law Letter 21(14): 251-253ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Breath alcohol legislation in the Netherlands.Author(s): Mulder, J. A. G., Neuteboom, W. and Wessel, R. M.Year: 1991Journal: Blutalkohol 28: 94-107,ISSN: 0006-5250Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Breathalyzer mouthpiece was not a "foreign substance" for purposes of regulation requiring that subject have not alcohol or foreign substances in her mouth for 20 minutes before breath test.Year: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(5): 81-83ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Breath test is not exclusive means of proving intoxication under implied consent statute; due process rights not violated by officer's failure to administer breath testYear: 2003Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 22(4): 65-66ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Breath test on a portable device was not exclusively a "preliminary breath test" and its evidentiary use was not limited to establishing probable cause to arrest under Alaska implied consent law.Year: 2006Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 25(23): 323-325ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Breath test result of .109 constituted per se violation of DWI statute which had recently been amended to change the method of measuring intoxicationYear: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(7): 114-115ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Breath test results admissible despite lack of APA adopted regulations and procedures; state need only show approved instrument and certified operator for admissibilityYear: 2003Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 22(9): 160-161ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Breath test results from Draeger Alcotest 7110 MK III-C were admissible without proof of annual certifications and semi-annual inspectionsYear: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(2): 28-29ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Breath test results were not invalidated by presence of tongue stud where stud was not "put" into defendant's mouth during twenty-minute waiting periodYear: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(9): 127-129ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Breath test results were not invalid for failure to test instruments in accordance with NHTSA standards.Year: 2003Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 22(24): 489-490ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Breath test suppressed for lack of strict compliance with 20-minute rule; state may attempt to admit under rules of evidence 702 and 703Year: 2002Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 21(23): 417-418ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: A brewer's nightmare: high court rules free-beer policy led to worker's addiction.Author(s): Milne, D. R.Year: 1992Journal: Professional Counselor 7 (No. 2): 52,ISSN: 1086-3397Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Bridging the gap between substance abuse and criminal justice treatment.Author(s): Kelly-Woodall, K.Year: 1997Journal: Counselor 15 (No. 2): 23-24,
Title: Broken spirits: power and ideas in Nordic alcohol controlAuthor(s): Sulkunen, P., Sutton, C., Tigerstedt, C. and Warpenius, K., eds.Publisher: Helsinki * Nordic Council for Alcohol and Drug ResearchSource: (NAD Publ. No. 39) 295 pp.Year: 2000
Title: California becomes the battleground for alcopops - TGIF, Hooper's Hooch and more...Year: 1996Journal: Bottom Line on Alcohol in Society 17 (No. 2): 41-42,ISSN: 0891-6950Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: California DMV could not consider Nevada DWI conviction in suspending driver's licenseYear: 2003Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 22(15): 310-311ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: California DUI-causing-injury offense did not constitute a crime of violence, and thus defendant's prior conviction could not be counted as an aggravated felony for enhancement purposes under the federal sentencing guidelinesYear: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(25): 461-462ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: California DUI conviction could not be enhanced on the basis of prior Colorado conviction for driving while ability impaired.Year: 2006Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 25(22): 311-313ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: California offense of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated is not a crime of violence for deportation purposesYear: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(14): 209ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: California trial court erred in refusing to treat prior Virginia offense as a drunk driving conviction under Driver License Compact.Year: 2003Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 22(24): 491-492ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Campaigns against drinking and driving in Finland.Author(s): Manninen, J.Publisher: Oslo * National Directorate for the Prevention of Alcohol and Drug ProblemsSource: Pp. 27-40. In: International Congress on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, 35th, Oslo, 1988. Proceedings. Vol. 3: papers. [xi] + 883 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Campaigns against drinking and driving in Finland.Author(s): Manninen, J.Publisher: Rockville, MD * Natl Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug InformationSource: Pp. 161-175. In: International Congress on Alcohol and Drug Dependence, 35th, Oslo. Proceedings of the Section on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety. Vol. 1. [183 pp.]Year: 1988
Title: Campus responsibility for alcohol-related injuries: a law and policy analysisAuthor(s): Roberts, N. M.Publisher: Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical CollegeSource: 201 pp. Ph.D. dissertation,Year: 2001
Title: Canadian criminal law and impaired drivingAuthor(s): Pruden, H.Publisher: Quebec * Societe de l'Assurance Automobile du QuebecSource: Pp. 1231-1236. In: Mayhew, D.R. and Dussault, C., eds. Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Montreal, Canada, August 4-9, 2002: T 2002. Volume 3. Pp. 803-1244.Year: 2002
Title: Canadian profile: alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.Author(s): McKenzie, D.Publisher: Ottawa * Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse;Source: viii + 368 pp.Year: 1997
Title: Canadian profile: alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.Author(s): Single, E., Williams, B. and McKenzie, D.Publisher: Toronto * Addiction Research FoundationSource: iii + 354 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Canadian profile: alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.Author(s): Williams, B., Single, E. and McKenzie, D.Publisher: Toronto * Addiction Research Foundation;Source: 414 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Canadian profile: alcohol, tobacco and other drugs, 1999Publisher: Ottawa * Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse with the Centre for Addiction and Mental HealthSource: xi + 399 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Can legal issues help recovery?Author(s): McPeake, J. D.Year: 1991Journal: Counselor, Arlington, VA 9 (No. 4): 8,
Title: Can state present new grounds to justify warrantless DWI arrest on appeal?Year: 1999Journal: Impaired Driving Update 3(2): 36ISSN: 1091-4684Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: 'Cape smoke': alcohol issues in the Cape colony in the 19th century.Author(s): Mills, W.Publisher: Berkeley, CA * Medical Research Institute of San Francisco, Alcohol Research Group;Source: Abstract, pp. 106-107; discussion, pp. 111-124. In: Barrows, S., Room, R. and Verhey, J., eds. The social history of alcohol: drinking and culture in modern society. v + 317 pp.Year: 1987
Title: Case and comment: diminished responsibility--abnormality of mind partly induced by preexisting condition and partly by intoxication--sentencing discretion in murder.Author(s): Yeo, S.Year: 1987Journal: Crim. Law J. 11: 105-107,
Title: The case for introducing "standard drinks" labels on all alcohol. (Letter.)Author(s): Stockwell, T. and Blaze-Temple, D.Year: 1990Journal: Med. J. Aust. 153: 61-62,
Title: Case was properly dismissed where defendant was denied statutory right to obtain independent blood test.Year: 2003Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 22(19): 396ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
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Title: Ceremonial chemistry: the ritual persecution of drugs, addicts, and pushers. (Rev. ed.)Author(s): Szasz, T.Publisher: Holmes Beach, FL * Learning Publication;Source: xvii + 253 pp.Year: 1985
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Title: Criminal refusal statute is constitutionalYear: 2006Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 25(13): 171-173ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
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Title: The cultural dimensions of alcohol policy worldwide.Author(s): Walsh, D. C., Cook, P. J., Davis, K., Grant, M., Sulkunen, P., Vaillant, G. E. and Delbanco, T. L.Year: 1989Journal: Health Affairs 8: 48-62,ISSN: 0278-2715Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Culture, society, and drugs: the social science approach to drug use.Author(s): Knipe, E.Publisher: Prospect Heights, IL * Waveland Press;Source: xix + 486 pp.Year: 1995
Title: The dangerousness of drugsAuthor(s): Room, R.Year: 2006Journal: Addiction 101(2): 166-168ISSN: 0965-2140Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: A decade of drug treatment court researchAuthor(s): Turner, S., Longshore, D., Wenzel, S., Deschenes, E., Greenwood, P., Fain, T., Harrell, A., Morral, A., Taxman, F., et al.Year: 2002Journal: Substance Use and Misuse 37(12/13): 1489-1527ISSN: 1082-6084Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Decisions to appeal, decisions to approve: requalification for SSI by former DA&A beneficiariesAuthor(s): Scott, R. and Baumohl, J.Year: 2003Journal: Contemporary Drug Problems 30(1-2): 147-168ISSN: 0091-4509Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Decision theory and the sale of alcohol.Author(s): McCall, M.Year: 1994Journal: Journal of Applied Social Psychology 24: 1593-1611,ISSN: 0021-9029Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Decline in drinking and driving in Sweden.Author(s): Laurell, H.Publisher: Washington;Source: Pp. 60-61. In: Transportation Research Board. The nature of and the reasons for the worldwide decline in drinking and driving. (Transportation Research Circular No. 422.) 71 pp.Year: 1994
Title: The decline of DWI and of alcohol-related accidents in the Netherlands, 1983-1991.Author(s): Mathijssen, R. and Noordzij, P. C.Publisher: Cologne * Verlag TÜV Rheinland;Source: Pp. 1036-1043. In: Utzelmann, H.-D., Berghaus, G. and Kroj, G., eds. Alcohol, drugs and traffic safety - T92: Band 2. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Cologne, 28 September - 2 October, 1992. Pp. 527-1144.Year: 1993
Title: Decreased taxation, spirits consumption and alcohol-related problems in Switzerland.Author(s): Mohler-Kuo, M., Rehm, J., Heeb, J.-L. and Gmel, G.Year: 2004Journal: Journal of Studies on Alcohol 65(2): 266-273ISSN: 0096-882XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Decriminalisation of public drunkenness in Western Australia: the process explained.Author(s): Midford, R.Year: 1993Journal: Australian Journal of Social Issues 28: 62-78,
Title: Defendant, an air traffic controller who failed to disclose new OUI convictions on his annual 8500-8 form, was properly convicted of making false statement to the FAA; questions of whether the form was ambiguous and whether defendant's statement was literally true were properly submitted to the juryYear: 2006Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 25(5): 63-64ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant brought to hospital emergency room for treatment following crash did not have reasonable expectation of privacy in his trauma room.Year: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(21): 293-295ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant charged with habitual DUI may not collaterally challenge his prior convictions on the ground that they resulted from involuntary guilty pleas.Year: 2003Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 22(20): 418-419ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant charged with misdemeanor DUI offenses was entitled to a jury trial because the statutes under which he was charged provided for a jury trialYear: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(22): 317-318ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant did not "refuse" breath test, where her physical condition left her unable to provide a sufficient sample.Year: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(14): 287-288ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant did not validly consent to breath test where he refused the test, but the police nonetheless put him in front of the Intoxilyzer and told him he needed to blowYear: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(10): 165-166ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant does not have the right to refuse chemical testing in a case where the accident does not involve death or injury to anotherYear: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(7): 94-95ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant entitled to independent blood test even if he refuses second breath sample; failure to provide blood test renders breath test results inadmissibleYear: 2002Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 21(21): 377-378ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant had no reasonable expectation of privacy in the results of his blood test administered for medical purposes and therefore lacked standing to complain that the state obtained the test results without complying with the proper grand jury subpoena procedureYear: 2003Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 22(16): 335-336ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant lacked reasonable expectation of privacy in blood drawn by hospital personal [sic] for medical purposes following a motor vehicle accident.Year: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(17): 244-245ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant riding bicycle under the influence was properly convicted of DUIYear: 2006Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 25(6): 79-80ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant's apparent confusion in answering officer's questions after accident did not furnish probable cause for a warrantless non-consensual blood draw where the officer observed no other signs of impairmentYear: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(1): 7-8ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant's failure to make predicate showing that his own breath test results were unreliable precluded challenge to breath test based on allegation that Department of Health deviated from its own rules in testing machine for accuracyYear: 2006Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 25(12): 159-160ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant's inquiry prior to taking breath test, "Can I pay for a blood test at the hospital?" was not sufficient to trigger the right to an independent test because 1) the question was not an actual request for such a test; 2) defendant had no right to an independent test prior to taking the state-sponsored breath test; and 3) defendant never asked for an independent test after he took the state's breath testYear: 2006Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 25(4): 48-49ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant sitting in parked vehicle with engine running was not operating vehicleYear: 2006Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 25(6): 81-82ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant's non-stop, alcohol-impaired drive through three counties constituted a single DUI offense for double jeopardy purposes; defendant's plea to simple DUI in one county precluded his prosecution for aggravated DUI in another county, where both charges arose from one single continuous act of drivingYear: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(15): 221-222ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant's plea was not knowing and voluntary where ambiguities in the plea discussions led defendant to believe he would be sentenced within a guidelines range lower than the one he ultimately facedYear: 2006Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 25(2): 22-23ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant's pre-custodial silence was inadmissible as substantive evidence. Extended term sentencing statute, which permitted the trial court to impose a sentence in excess of the statutory maximum based on factors determined by the judge, violated Apprendi.Year: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(4): 65-68ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant's request to speak with an attorney after receiving Miranda warnings but before receiving implied consent warning was sufficient to invoke statutory right to speak with attorney before deciding to take breath test, and officer should have permitted defendant an additional twenty minutes to contact an attorney after reading implied consent.Year: 2006Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 25(17): 237-238ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant's right to due process was not violated by officer's failure to advise him that refusing a criminal test is a gross misdemeanor that may result in harsher penalties than failing the test.Year: 2006Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 25(9): 117-119ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant's third and fourth prior DUI convictions were void for lack of subject matter jurisdiction because they were felony charges prosecuted in a municipal court, and therefore could not be used to enhance defendant's sentence in a new case.Year: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(23): 335ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant strapped to backboard in hospital not in custody or subject to compelling circumstances so as to require Miranda warnings; blood sample taken in violation of ORS 813.160(2): admissible under ORS 136.432 because former does not create exclusionary ruleYear: 2002Journal: Drinking Driving Law Letter 21(14): 258-260ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant was entitled to an entrapment instruction where there was evidence to show that officer found defendant drunk and asleep in his truck with the engine off, ordered defendant to "move along," and then stopped him soon after he pulled out.Year: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(17): 339-340ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant who backed his truck into a ditch was not involved in an "accident" so as to authorize a warrantless arrest over three hours later under statute mandating that warrantless DWI arrest be made within ninty minutes unless the driver left the scene of an accidentYear: 2006Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 25(6): 80-81ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant who consented to a state-administered blood test did not have the right to withdraw his consent after the blood was taken, even though it had not yet been testedYear: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(24): 450-451ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defendant who drove drunk on the frozen surface of a lake could be prosecuted for OWI. Frozen lake surface constituted "premises held out to the public for use of their motor vehicles."Year: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(22): 421-422ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Defending driving-under-the-influence casesAuthor(s): Head, W.C.Publisher: Tucson, AZ * Lawyers and Judges Publishing Co.;Source: Chap. 18, pp. 373-394. In: Garriott, J.C., ed. Medical-legal aspects of alcohol. 4th ed. x + 452 pp.Year: 2003
Title: Deficiencies in enforcement, judicial, and treatment programs related to repeat offender drunk drivers.Author(s): National Transportation Safety Board. Bureau of Safety Programs.Year: 1987Journal: Alcohol-Drugs and Driving 3 (No. 2): 31-42,ISSN: 0891-7086Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Deficient sample breath test result was not admissible as "other competent evidence."Year: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(15): 306-307ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Demon rum or easy money: government control of liquor in British Columbia from prohibition to privatization.Author(s): Campbell, R. A.Publisher: Ottawa * Carleton University PressSource: ix + 218 pp.Year: 1991
Title: Denying the settled insanity defense: another necessary step in dealing with drug and alcohol abuse.Author(s): Levine, A. M.Year: 1998Journal: Boston University Law Review 78: 75-103,
Title: Department of Health regulations governing breath test machines and procedure used in breath test were adequateYear: 2003Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 22(2): 30-31ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Department of Licensing violated driver's right to procedural due process where it erroneously refused him a hearing before suspending his licenseYear: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(11): 157-159ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Department of Transportation 1995 regulations for alcohol testing: policy changes and compliance issuesAuthor(s): Levitt, S.Year: 1996Journal: AAOHN J. 44 (3): 138-140
Title: Department's failure to test and approve Intoxilyzer 3000 and 5000 models prior to use in field leads to suppression of breath test results; department cannot defer to NHTSA testing to avoid clear wording of regulationYear: 2002Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 21(17): 307-308ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Detention and ultimate arrest of motorist did not violate Fourth AmendmentYear: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(11): 189ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Determination of intoxication as enhancement to vehicular homicide conviction rather than element thereof could be made by trial court rather than juryYear: 2003Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 22(11): 201-204ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Deterrence of alcohol-impaired driving: an effect in search of a cause.Author(s): Snortum, J. R.Publisher: Chicago, IL * University of Chicago PressSource: Chap. 8, pp. 189-226. In: Laurence, M. D., Snortum, J. R. and Zimring, F. E., eds. Social control of the drinking driver. xix + 451 pp.Year: 1988
Title: The deterrent effect of state mandatory child abuse and neglect reporting laws on alcohol and drug use during pregnancyAuthor(s): Goldsberry, Y. P.Publisher: George Washington UniversitySource: 216 pp. Ph.D. dissertation,Year: 2001
Title: Detoxification from alcohol and other drugs.Author(s): Center for Substance Abuse Treatment.Publisher: Rockville, MD;Source: Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) Series 19. ix + 95 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Development and outcome in the United Kingdom of measures against alcohol abuse.Author(s): Madden, J. S.Publisher: Budapest, HungarySource: P. 8. In: International Council on Alcohol and Addictions. International Institute on the Prevention and Treatment of Alcoholism. 32nd. (Abstracts/Resumes.) 253 pp.Year: 1986
Title: The development of alcohol risk management policies: revisiting the issues and impact.Author(s): Heath, J. E. and McCarty, T. L.Year: 1995Journal: Drug Educ. Prev. Pol. 2: 285-293,
Title: Development of graduated licensing in Australia.Author(s): Boughton, C. J., Carrick, C. and Noonan, G.Publisher: London * Royal Society of Medicine ServicesSource: Pp. 353-359. In: Benjamin, T., ed. Young drivers impaired by alcohol and other drugs. (International Congress and Symposium Series. No. 116.) xxxi + 436 pp.Year: 1987
Title: The development of policy recommendations to address individual and family needs of infants and young children affected by family substance use.Author(s): Poulsen, M. K.Publisher: Austin * PRO-ED;Source: Pp. 275-291. In: Hanson, M. J., ed. Substance abuse and early intervention. (Topics in Early Childhood Special Education; 14:2, Summer 1994.) xviii + 293 pp.Year: 1994
Title: The development of a treatment programme for alcohol-delinquent young drivers.Author(s): Winkler, W.Publisher: London * Royal Society of Medicine ServicesSource: Pp. 279-284. In: Benjamin, T., ed. Young drivers impaired by alcohol and other drugs. (International Congress and Symposium Series No. 116.) xxxi + 436 pp.Year: 1987
Title: Diagnosis and rehabilitation of juvenile DWI offenders.Author(s): Jensch, M., Spoerer, E. and Ruby, M. M.Publisher: Chicago * National Safety Council;Source: Pp. 936-944. In: Alcohol, drugs and traffic safety: proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, October 24-27, 1989, Chicago. xxvi + 970 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Different forms of development in long-term therapy with DUI offenders.Author(s): Sohn, J.-M. and Meyer-Gramcko, F.Publisher: Cologne * Verlag TÜV Rheinland;Source: Pp. 317-322. In: Utzelmann, H.-D., Berghaus, G. and Kroj, G., eds. Alcohol, drugs and traffic safety - T92: Band 1. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Cologne, 28 September - 2 October, 1992. 519 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Differential effects of deterrence--what can be learned from a raised BAC limit.Author(s): Krüger, H-P.Publisher: Adelaide * NHMRC Road Accident Research Unit, University of Adelaide;Source: Pp. 386-393. In: Kloeden, C. N. and McLean, A. J., eds. Alcohol, drugs and traffic safety: proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Adelaide, 13 August - 18 August 1995. Vol. 1. xxv + 564 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Digest of state alcohol-highway safety related legislation: current as of January 1, 1992.Author(s): National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.Publisher: Washington * U.S. Govt Print. Off.;Source: 10th ed. varying pages.Year: 1992
Title: Digest of state alcohol-highway safety related legislation; current as of January, 1, 1993.Author(s): National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: 11th ed. varying pages.Year: 1993
Title: Digest of state alcohol-highway safety related legislation: current as of January 1, 1994.Author(s): National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: 12th ed. varying pages.Year: 1994
Title: Digest of state alcohol-highway safety related legislation: current as of January 1, 1995. 13th ed.Author(s): National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.Publisher: Washington;Source: varying pages.Year: 1995
Title: Digest of state alcohol-highway safety related legislation, current as of January 1, 1996. 14th ed.Author(s): National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: varying pages.Year: 1996
Title: Digest of state alcohol-highway safety related legislation: current as of January 1, 2000Author(s): National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.Publisher: Springfield, VA * National Technical Information ServiceSource: 18th ed. varying pages.Year: 1999
Title: Digest of state alcohol-highway safety related legislation. Current as of January 1988.Author(s): U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.Publisher: WashingtonSource: 6th ed. varying pages.Year: 1988
Title: Disclosure dilemmas: legal compliance for counselors.Author(s): Popovits, R.M.Publisher: Mahwah, NJ * Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc.;Source: Chap. 23, pp. 513-534. In: Coombs, R.H., ed. Addiction counseling review: preparing for comprehensive, certification and licensing examinations. xxiii + 648 pp.Year: 2005
Title: Diseases of the will: alcohol and the dilemmas of freedomAuthor(s): Valverde, M.Publisher: Cambridge, UK * Cambridge University PressSource: xii + 251 pp.Year: 1998
Title: Dismissal of criminal charge against motorist was not a basis for overturning his administrative suspensionYear: 2003Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 22(8): 145-146ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Dismissing misdemeanor DUI does not bar prosecution for felony DUIYear: 2002Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 21(22): 390-391ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Dissolving the Swedish alcohol-treatment system.Author(s): Rosenqvist, P. and Kurube, N.Publisher: Albany * State University of New York Press;Source: Pp. 65-86. In: Klingemann, H., Takala, J-P., and Hunt, G., eds. Cure, care, or control: alcoholism treatment in sixteen countries. vi + 341 pp.Year: 1992
Title: District court did not abuse discretion in reinstating license when department failed to comply with discovery orderYear: 2002Journal: Drinking Driving Law Letter 21(13): 227-228ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: District court properly granted summary judgment on plaintiff's claim that blood draw was unreasonable search and seizureYear: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(9): 153-154ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: DMV decision to revoke driver's license based on drinking alcohol lacked record support notwithstanding positive reports from ignition interlock deviceYear: 2003Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 22(4): 69ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Doctor's legal position in treating temporarily incompetent patients.Author(s): Hodgkinson, D. W., Gray, A. J., Dalal, B., Wilson, P., Szawarski, Z., Sensky, T., Gillett, G. and Yates, D. W.Year: 1995Journal: Brit. Med. J. 311: 115-118,
Title: Does addiction excuse thieves and killers from criminal responsibility?Author(s): Peele, S.Publisher: New York * Pergamon Press;Source: Pp. 95-101. In: Mitchell, C., ed. Intoxication and criminal responsibility. (International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, Vol. 13, Nos. 1/2.) 161 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Does allowing the sale of wine in Quebec grocery stores increase consumption?Author(s): Adrian, M., Ferguson, B. S. and Her, M.Year: 1996Journal: Journal of Studies on Alcohol 57: 434-448,ISSN: 0096-882XGet it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Does determining serum alcohol concentrations in emergency department patients influence physicians' civil suit liability?Author(s): Simel, D. L. and Feussner, J. R.Year: 1989Journal: Arch. intern. Med. 149: 1016-1018,
Title: Don't worry, I'll give him a ride.Year: 2001Journal: Dram Shop and Alcohol Reporter 19(8): 1, 2-3
Title: DOT cannot require installation of ignition interlock device when trial court fails to order sameYear: 2002Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 21(24): 436-437ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: The Double Jeopardy Clause does not bar the state from re-prosecuting defendant for enhancements based on a prior conviction, where the enhancement has been reversed on appeal for insufficient evidenceYear: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(9): 125-126ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Do warning labels on alcoholic beverages deter alcohol abuse?Author(s): Engs, R. C.Year: 1989Journal: Journal of School Health 59: 116-118,ISSN: 0022-4391Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Down to zero: feasibility study of court-based brief interventions with drinking offenders in England and Wales.Author(s): Baldwin, S. and McMillan, J.Year: 1993Journal: Addiction Research 1: 157-168,ISSN: 1058-6989Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: A dozen years of drug treatment courts: uncovering our theoretical foundation and the construction of a mainstream paradigmAuthor(s): Hora, P. F.Year: 2002Journal: Substance Use and Misuse 37(12/13): 1469-1488ISSN: 1082-6084Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Dram shop act requires that violation occur in same countryYear: 2000Journal: Impaired Driving Update 3(3): 57ISSN: 1091-4684Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Dram shop and alcohol reporter.Publisher: Falmouth, MA * Dram Shop and Alcohol Reporter;Source: Volume 14, No. 4.Year: 1996
Title: Dram shop and alcohol reporter.Publisher: Falmouth, MA * Dram Shop and Alcohol Reporter;Source: Volume 14, No. 3.Year: 1996
Title: Dram shop and alcohol reporter.Publisher: Falmouth, MA * Dram Shop and Alcohol Reporter;Source: Volume 14, No. 1.Year: 1996
Title: Drink and cultural innovation in Durban: the origins of the Beerhall in South Africa, 1902-1916.Author(s): LaHausse, P.Publisher: Athens, OH * Ohio University Press;Source: Chap. 3, pp. 78-114. In: Crush, J. and Ambler, C., eds. Liquor and labor in southern Africa. xv + 432 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Drink-driving law enforcement and the legal blood alcohol limit in New South Wales.Author(s): Homel, R.Year: 1994Journal: Accident Analysis and Prevention 26: 147-155,ISSN: 0001-4575Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drink driving legislation: medicine and the law.Author(s): Marks, P.Year: 1995Journal: Med.-Leg. J. 63: 119-127,
Title: Drink, drugs and disability: an introduction to the controversyAuthor(s): Hunt, S.R. and Baumohl, J.Year: 2003Journal: Contemporary Drug Problems 30(1-2): 9-76ISSN: 0091-4509Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drinker-and-driving laws in the Federal Republic of Germany and the Netherlands.Author(s): Kroj, G.Publisher: Chicago, IL * University of Chicago PressSource: Chap. 4, pp. 79-106. In: Laurence, M. D., Snortum, J. R. and Zimring, F. E., eds. Social control of the drinking driver. xix + 451 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Drinkers, drivers, and bartenders: balancing private choices and public accountabilityAuthor(s): Sloan, F. A., Stout, E. M., Whetten-Goldstein, K. and Liang, L.Publisher: Chicago * University of Chicago PressSource: xiv + 293 pp.Year: 2000
Title: Drinking age, driving age and relative accident involvement of teenagers.Author(s): Hurst, P. M. and Badger, S. N.Publisher: London * Royal Society of Medicine ServicesSource: Pp. 349-352. In: Benjamin, T., ed. Young drivers impaired by alcohol and other drugs. (International Congress and Symposium Series No. 116.) xxxi + 436 pp.Year: 1987
Title: Drinking and drinking and drinking.Year: 2001Journal: Dram Shop Alcohol Report. 19(4): 1-4
Title: Drinking--and--driving.Author(s): Hauge, R.Publisher: Oslo * National Directorate for the Prevention of Alcohol and Drug ProblemsSource: Pp. 70-76. In: Skog, O.-J. and Waahlberg, R., eds. Alcohol and drugs: the Norwegian experience. 238 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Drinking and driving at different legal BAC limits in Europe.Author(s): Pfafferott, I.Publisher: Cologne * Verlag TÜV Rheinland;Source: Pp. 1068-1073. In: Utzelmann, H.-D., Berghaus, G. and Kroj, G., eds. Alcohol, drugs and traffic safety - T92: Band 2. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Cologne, 28 September - 2 October, 1992. Pp. 527-1144.Year: 1993
Title: Drinking and driving in France during the years 1983-91: changes in legal framework and analysis of road users' behaviour.Author(s): Biecheler-Fretel, M. B. and Filou, C.Publisher: Cologne * Verlag TÜV RheinlandSource: Pp. 1017-1035. In: Utzelmann, H.-D., Berghaus, G., and Kroj, G., eds. Alcohol, drugs and traffic safety - T92: Band 2. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Cologne, 28 September - 2 October, 1992. Pp. 527-1144.Year: 1993
Title: Drinking and driving in the Netherlands 1977-1988.Author(s): Wesemann, P. and Mathijssen, R.Publisher: Chicago * National Safety Council;Source: Pp. 565-566. In: Alcohol, drugs and traffic safety: proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, October 24-27, 1989, Chicago. xxvi + 970 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Drinking and driving in a sample of young English males.Author(s): Guppy, A.Publisher: London * Royal Society of Medicine ServicesSource: Pp. 193-199. In: Benjamin, T., ed. Young drivers impaired by alcohol and other drugs. (International Congress and Symposium Series no. 116.) xxxi + 436 pp.Year: 1987
Title: Drinking-and-driving law enforcement in a wine-producing country, a multi-criteria process.Author(s): Jayet, M.-Ch.Publisher: Cologne * Verlag TÜV Rheinland;Source: Pp. 1344-1371. In: Utzelmann, H.-D., Berghaus, G. and Kroj, G., eds. Alcohol, drugs and traffic safety - T92: Band 3. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Cologne, 28 September - 2 October, 1992. Pp. 1151-1602.Year: 1993
Title: Drinking and driving: selected research literature.Author(s): Ramm, D. V., comp. and Denton, H. M., ed.Publisher: Evanston, IL * Northwestern University Traffic InstituteSource: Publ. No. 97 and No. 97S (1986 Supplement).Year: 1987
Title: Drinking and public disorder.Author(s): Marsh, P. and Kibby, K. F.Publisher: London * The Portman GroupSource: xiii + 275 pp.Year: 1992
Title: The drinking driver: a medical view.Author(s): Raffle, P. A. B.Year: 1989Journal: Transport Reviews 9: 315-345,ISSN: 0144-1647Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drinking, driving, and road side studies - the Finnish experience.Author(s): Pikkarainen, J. and Pentillä, A.Publisher: Cologne * Verlag TÜV Rheinland;Source: Pp. 1582-1602. In: Utzelmann, H.-D., Berghaus, G. and Kroj, G., eds. Alcohol, drugs and traffic safety - T92: Band 3. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Cologne, 28 September - 2 October, 1992. Pp. 1151-1602.Year: 1993
Title: Drinking-driving law enforcement in France from 1973 to 1993: backgrounds, trends and evolution.Author(s): Jayet, M-C.Publisher: Adelaide * NHMRC Road Accident Research Unit, University of Adelaide;Source: Pp. 502-507. In: Kloeden, C. N. and McLean, A. J., eds. Alcohol, drugs and traffic safety: proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Adelaide, 13 August - 18 August 1995. Vol. 1. xxv + 564 pp.Year: 1995
Title: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 22(21): 436-437Author(s): Use of tranquilizer to facilitate blood draw from uncooperative defendant was reasonable and did not violate the Fourth Amendment.Year: 2003
Title: Drinking, violence, gender and causal attribution: a Canadian case study in science, law and policy.Author(s): Room, R.Year: 1996Journal: Contemporary Drug Problems 23: 649-686,ISSN: 0091-4509Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drink, power, and cultural change: a social history of alcohol in Ghana, c. 1800 to recent times.Author(s): Akyeampong, E.Publisher: Portsmouth, NH * Heinemann;Source: xxiii + 189 pp.Year: 1996
Title: Drinks industry prepares for next battle on anti-drunk driving legislationYear: 2000Journal: Bottom Line on Alcohol in Society 21(3): 18-19ISSN: 0891-6950Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Driver improvement and the rehabilitation of the drunk driver--a provisional appraisal of central European programmes.Publisher: Rockville, MD * National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug InformationSource: Pp. 62-73. In: Alcohol, drugs and traffic safety. 196 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Driver "in custody" for purpose of interrogation when officer carried him from residence to patrol vehicleYear: 2002Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 21(20): 356-357ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Driver licensing, legal drinking ages and accident involvement rates of young drivers in Australia.Author(s): Drummond, A. E.Publisher: London * Royal Society of Medicine ServicesSource: Pp. 361-368. In: Benjamin, T., ed. Young drivers impaired by alcohol and other drugs. (International Congress and Symposium Series No. 116.) xxxi + 436 pp.Year: 1987
Title: Driver may assert affirmative defense of moving safely off the road when charged with being in physical control of a vehicle while intoxicatedYear: 2003Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 22(1): 13ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Driver refuses breath test if he fails to provide sufficient breath sample; keys overruledYear: 2002Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 21(22): 387-389ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Driver's flight from the place of accident and insobriety assessment.Author(s): Dzida, J., Lewkowski, W. and Olejnik, L.Publisher: Budapest, HungarySource: P. 66. In: International Council on Alcohol and Addictions. International Institute on the Prevention and Treatment of Alcoholism. 32nd. (Abstracts/Resumes.) 253 pp.Year: 1986
Title: Driver's license roadblock fails to pass unconstitutional muster.Year: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(15): 303-305ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Driver's licensing as a measure for defending traffic safety.Author(s): Undeutsch, U.Publisher: Cologne * Verlag TÜV Rheinland;Source: Pp. 111-115. In: Utzelmann, H.-D., Berghaus, G. and Kroj, G., eds. Alcohol, drugs and traffic safety - T92: Band 1. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Cologne, 28 September - 2 October, 1992. 519 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Driver's statutory right to an additional chemical test was violated when he was not permitted to use his own receptacle to collect a urine sampleYear: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(12): 175-176ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drivers with a conspicuous [sic] behaviour due to the influence of alcohol: differences and common features in the year 1 of United Germany.Author(s): Müller, K.Publisher: Cologne * Verlag TÜV Rheinland;Source: Pp. 831-837. In: Utzelmann, H.-D., Berghaus, G. and Kroj, G., eds. Alcohol, drugs and traffic safety - T92: Band 2. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Cologne, 28 September - 2 October, 1992. Pp. 527-1144.Year: 1993
Title: Driver was denied due process when DMV failed to provide primary officer's name before hearing and failed to provide officer's report (which it introduced at the hearing) in prehearing discovery; order of suspension was not supported by substantial evidence, where consisted solely of written reports, and this unsupported hearsay evidence was subject to significant contradictionYear: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(11): 187-188ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Driver who owned 50% of business was not required to have ignition interlock device installed on company vehiclesYear: 2004Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 23(10): 168-169ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Driver whose license was permanently revoked in Florida for four prior DUI convictions was not eligible for a license in IllinoisYear: 2005Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 24(8): 114-115ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drive-up liquor windows and drunk driving.Author(s): Lewis, N. O.Year: 1998Journal: Bottom Line on Alcohol in Society 19(No. 2): 156-159,ISSN: 0891-6950Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Driving after cancellation as inimical to public safety is criminal/prohibitory offenseYear: 2002Journal: Drinking Driving Law Letter 21(13): 230-232ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drug abuse education and prevention amendments of 1988. (Report with additional views to accompany H.R. 4872. Hearing...100th Congress, 2d session, July 14, 1988.)Author(s): U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: 39 pp.Year: 1988
Title: Drug-addicted women who have babies.Author(s): Roberts, D. E.Year: 1990Journal: Trial 26 (No. 4): 56-61,
Title: Drug and alcohol abuse in the schools: a practical policy guide for administrators and teachers on how to combat drugs and alcohol.Author(s): Lewis, J. F., James, R. J. and Hastings, S. C.Publisher: Topeka, KA * National Organization on Legal Problems of Education;Source: 38 pp.Year: 1987
Title: Drug and alcohol abuse: medical record confidentiality.Author(s): Hollowell, E. E. and Eldridge, J. E.Year: 1989Journal: J. pract. Nurs. 39 (No. 1): 46-49,
Title: Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment and Prevention Improvement Act of 1990. Report to accompany S.2649.Author(s): U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Human Resources.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: 101st Congress, 2d session, 27 September 1990. 110 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Drug and alcohol dependence policies, legislation and programmes for treatment and rehabilitationAuthor(s): Porter, L., Argandona, M. and Curran, W. J.Publisher: Geneva * World Health OrganizationSource: vii + 726 pp.Year: 1999
Title: Drug and Alcohol Dependent Offenders Treatment Act of 1989.Author(s): U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Judiciary.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: Report to accompany H.R. 3007, 101st Congress, 1st session, 6 Oct., 1989. 8 pp.Year: 1989
Title: Drug and Alcohol Offenders Treatment Act of 1992. Report to accompany H. R. 4776, 102d Congress, 2d session.Author(s): U. S. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: 9 pp.Year: 1992
Title: Drug and alcohol testing for local government transportation employees: the public employer's guideAuthor(s): Gustafson, K. H.Publisher: Washington * International City/County Management Assoc.;Format: Manual. 4.Source: xii + 377 pp.Year: 1994
Title: Drug and alcohol testing - a survey of labor-management relationsAuthor(s): Hirsch, R. A.Publisher: Washington * Transportation Research BoardSource: 61 pp.Year: 2001
Title: A drug court outcome evaluation comparing arrests in a two year follow-up periodAuthor(s): Wolfe, E., Guydish, J. and Termondt, J.Year: 2002Journal: Journal of Drug Issues 32(4): 1155-1172ISSN: 0022-0426Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drug court programs should be expanded to include drinking and driving offensesYear: 2003Journal: Drinking/Driving Law Letter 22(11): 206-207ISSN: 0730-2568Get it at Rutgers Full text availability is for Rutgers access only
Title: Drug-free families, schools, and workplaces.Author(s): President's Commission on Model State Drug Laws.Publisher: Washington * Office of National Drug Control Policy;Source: xi + 319 pp.Year: 1993
Title: Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act amendments of 1989. PL 101-226, 101st Congress, 12 Dec., 1989.Author(s): U.S. Laws, Statutes, etc.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.,Source: 15 pp.Year: 1990
Title: Drug-free workplace act of 1988.Author(s): U.S. Laws, Statutes, etc.Publisher: Washington * Govt Print. Off.;Source: H.R. 5210, subtitle D. 5 pp.Year: 1988