Are a blood alcohol concentration of 256mg/dl and minimal signs of impairment reliable indications of alcohol dependence?

Abstract

This article describes a drunk-driving scenario where a woman was apprehended for driving under the influence (DUI) with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 256mg/dl. The correctness of this result was vigorously challenged by a medical expert witness for the defence, who was actually a specialist in alcohol diseases. Despite reanalysis to confirm the… (More)

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@article{Jones1994AreAB, title={Are a blood alcohol concentration of 256mg/dl and minimal signs of impairment reliable indications of alcohol dependence?}, author={Alan Wayne Jones}, journal={Medicine, science, and the law}, year={1994}, volume={34 3}, pages={265-70} }