Blood Testing in DUI

Blood Testing in DUI

Justin McShane is probably one of my favorite DUI attorneys, if one has such a thing.  This is probably because he holds no punches and he delivers what he knows.  Although his blogs are not necessarily the best for those that are trying to understand the basics, they are an excellent resource for those of us that are trying to stay on top of our game.

In one of his latest blogs, he has presented us with a list of some of his more informative blogs (listed below).

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  1.  Why forensic science testing for DUI BAC determination is the silly sister of analytical science: Good Laboratory Practice
  2. WellSpan is to be commended, but why people who have been convicted for decades of a DUI should be upset
  3. A large problem in Gas Chromatography: No uniform standard for GC run position or composition
  4. Crimping a Headspace Vial in Gas Chromatography: How not putting the "lid on the jar" can lead to disaster in a DUI case
  5. Why is Due Process of Law different than the Due Process of Science: Blood Alcohol Content is only an Estimate
  6. Harrisburg DUI Lawyer comments on Inaccurate Blood Alcohol Content and Bad BAC Results
  7. Gas Chromatography and why is it is so important to Pennsylvania DUI arrests
  8. On the origin of Species-Why do we use Gray Tubes for Forensic Blood Analysis for BAC
  9. Harrisburg DUI Lawyer comments on Inaccurate Blood Alcohol Content and Bad BAC Results
  10. Underage Drinking and DUI in Pennsylvania: LOD and LOQ Defense
  11. Highest reported BAC .708: I call Shenanigans
  12. Why is Due Process of Law different than the Due Process of Science: Blood Alcohol Content is only an Estimate
  13. What Pac-Man and Inflated and Incorrect Blood Alcohol Content results have in common
  14. When is a straight line a curve: Calibration curve
  15. Metrology in DUI prosecution
  16. Why saying the sample was run on a gas chromatograph is nearly meaningless
  17. Putting Innocent People in Jail
  18. A wakeup call: Independence in Crime Labs is not enough
  19. The Carry-over Effect: Lack of Blanks between tests leads to false positive or inflated BAC results
  20. If he was an analytical chemist or a DUI defense attorney he would say "Show me the separation!!"
  21. The variables of the Gas Chromatography process
  22. In analytical chemistry for ETOH and Drugs of Abuse determination, it is very true that the matrix is all around us but truly is ignored
  23. Personal bias is bad, but analytical bias spells disaster in DUI BAC and Drugs of Abuse testing
  24. Carryover effect part Deux: Autodilution may be part of the problem for false blood results in DUI
  25. Internal standard the likely culprit for inaccurate BAC results
  26. Carryover effect part 3: Flushing of inert gas is not enough to prove there is no carryover
  27. How do they make the squiggly lines turn into a magic number: Area under the peak
  28. When tall and skinny is always beautiful? Fundamental principles of gas chromatography

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