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The most reliable indicator of driver impairment is an observation of a driver’s behavior behind the wheel, followed by an assessment performed by a qualified Drug Recognition Expert (DRE). Forensic analysis by a Drug Recognition Expert can be helpful in certain disputes toward validating assessments performed by field officers, establishing impairment at the time of an incident, or working with a toxicologist to determine impairment at specific times prior to an incident.
This article provides an overview of the standard of care for law enforcement to determine marijuana intoxication during traffic stops.
This article discusses the forensic process for determining if child services failed to protect children. Social Work expert Abigail Rich has investigated a variety of cases where children have sustained serious injuries or died while under the supervision of Child Protective Services.
Due to the physical properties of tempered glass, the failure of products featuring this material can result in a variety of serious injuries. In this webinar, ceramic scientist and failure analysis expert James Derby provides an introduction to the science of tempered glass, failure analysis methods, and an examination of the conditions that can cause it to explode.
The information is framed within the context of legal disputes, providing attorneys and insurance professionals with a foundation of technical knowledge. James brings the topic into focus by examining details from a tempered glass product common to our forensic casework: shower doors.