The Drug DUI Handbook
In the driving under the influence (DUI) context it is conceded that drugs, illegal and those prescribed by a physician, may impair perception, memory, judgment, motor skills, and the ability to operate a motor vehicle. According to governmental statistics about one in five (18 percent) motorists killed in 2010 had drugs in their system at the time of the crash. Drug DUIs are becoming an alarming trend. This book details the drug DUI process from field sobriety testing, the DRE 12-step process, blood draws, and an analysis of all of the drugs that impair and affect an individual’s ability to drive. This book is an objective and detailed review of the process that drug DUI cases must go through and a comprehensive analysis of the detection of drug impaired drivers and the gathering of evidence to prove a driver is under the influence of drugs. This book is a must for every DUI law enforcement officer and any individual in the DUI field, including prosecutors and DUI defense attorneys.

About David N. Jolly

David N. Jolly
David N. Jolly is a Washington State DUI defense attorney. His legal career began as a prosecuting attorney and since 2001 he has been defending those accused of DUI. He is also the author of the award winning book, DUI/DWI: The History of Driving Under the Influence, The DUI Handbook for the Accused, The DUI Investigation Handbook, and the first iTunes DUI App for those accused of DUI in the United States. David was born in Melbourne, Australia, and spent his teen years in Calgary, Canada. He is a graduate of the University of Calgary and received his Law Degree from Northern Illinois University College of Law. He and his family live in Mukilteo, Washington.