Results from a national survey of Crown prosecutors and defense counsel on impaired driving in Canada: a "System Improvements" perspective.

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INTRODUCTION This article summarizes the main findings from a study designed to examine the legal process in Canada as it applies to alcohol-impaired driving from the point of view of Crown prosecutors and defense counsel, and to identify evidentiary or procedural factors that may impact the legal process, the rights of the accused, and interactions of all… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jsr.2008.12.001

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@article{Robertson2009ResultsFA, title={Results from a national survey of Crown prosecutors and defense counsel on impaired driving in Canada: a "System Improvements" perspective.}, author={Robyn D. Robertson and Ward G M Vanlaar and Herb M Simpson and Paul Boase}, journal={Journal of safety research}, year={2009}, volume={40 1}, pages={25-31} }