While many states are moving to ban or restrict delta-8 THC products the DEA makes statement delta-8 THC not controlled under the Controlled Substances Act.
A book published by the National District Attorneys Association on better understanding the Toxicology for drug related DUI and how to better prosecute those types of cases. This new edition presents a clear and concise update on important issues from a prosecutorial standpoint. Drug prevalence, pharmacology, specimen selection and analytical testing are all discussed. Expert testimony is also addressed, including the limitations and challenges associated with the interpretation of results. It is without doubt that this new and updated monograph will continue to serve as a trusted resource to prosecutors that are engaged in this field.
This reference guide shows how emojis are being used to describe various drugs.
The FDA issued warning letters to companies selling CBD and Delta-8 THC products for violations including marketing unapproved new drugs, misbranding, and adding Delta-8 THC to food products.
With Canada making cannabis legal and passing per se limits of THC that can be in a person's system. A reporter wanted to see how much you had to smoke and how impaired you would be at those limits.
This article discusses the growing market for hemp and products with Delta 8 THC, a byproduct of hemp and possibly legal under the 2018 Farm Bill.
A book published by the NHTSA on claims and responses to common challenges and defenses in driving while impaired cases.
Monograph published by NTLC which provides an overview of some of the many constitutional issues impacting traffic cases from the law enforcement officer’s observations of a vehicle in motion through a defendant’s trial. It is designed to review United States Supreme Court cases that impact the prosecution of impaired driving cases generally, as well as cases that have addressed impaired driving issues specifically. This monograph covers issues, and USSC opinions, involving the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, and Fourteenth Amendments.
This report prepared by the Division of Criminal Justice in the Colorado Department of Public Safety highlights trends in impaired driving cases and their toxicology.
A list of common symptoms associated with each drug category.
Monograph published by NTLC which provide an overview of the criminal justice system for people who likely encounter it through their roles as expert witnesses. The publication provides guidance on what it means to be a witness, what an expert can likely expect, and the importance of the expert’s role.
An interactive map of the United States with information on each states DUI laws and DUI statistics.
A State-by-State breakdown of DUI statistics and how DUI fatalities have changed over the years.
AAA's toolkit for lawmakers, toxicologists, and criminal justice professionals that provides links to resources for oral fluid including a law enforcement pocket guide, quick reference handout, and a detailed guidance report with information regarding the implementation of oral fluid programs.
How to control cross-examination by controlling yourself and controlling the questions you ask.
This article focus on how cross-examination operates both strategically and mechanically, and will illustrate the National College of District Attorneys Approach Point Cross-Examination method.
Explains when to take offenders to juvenile detention or adult jail.
A 2018 study into the Behavioral Health system in North Dakota.
A study from 2017 on what the North Dakota Legislature is doing to invest in community based behavioral health services instead of prisons.
Stutsman County State's Attorney's office opinion regarding property rights on sections lines
Collection from American Law Review and case law by state, for when defendant convicted of crime must pay restitution to injured victim.
Restitution Summary from State v. Jasmann, includes case law and arguments for what restitution is directly related to the crime.
Article from the Washington Post about the rise in fatalities on the road nationwide.
A synopsis of important U.S. Supreme Court cases relating to stops, searches, and seizures.