Some recent good stuff about DWI and DUI defense around the web that I’ve been meaning to catch up with:
Lawrence Taylor discusses an important random variable in the DWI arrest decision process: the officer himself.
Stephen Isaacs writes about problems correlating standardized field sobriety tests and actual impairment.
Anthony Colleluori educates on the differences between “drinking and driving” and DWI. (The back and forth comment section is as good as the original post – that’s one of the great things about lawyer blogging.)
Pete Guthier posts about a recent news story involving marijuana and driving while intoxicated.
And Matthew Guilfoil starts his recently launched Missouri DWI Blog off with a flurry of posts, including an impressive article on the Missouri requirement that the State prove BAC at time of driving to sustain a driver’s license suspension, and the rising breath alcohol content defense. (Sadly, Texas has no such retrograde extrapolation requirement for its ALR suspensions.)