The Miami-Dade Protocol: Making Drugged Driving Enforcement a Reality

@article{Ks2015TheMP,
  title={The Miami-Dade Protocol: Making Drugged Driving Enforcement a Reality},
  author={Talpins Ks and Dupont Rl and H ChipWalls and Kevin A. Sabet and Dorothy M. Wallace},
  journal={Journal of alcoholism and drug dependence},
  year={2015},
  volume={3}
}
Talpins KS1*, DuPont RL2, Chip Walls H3, Sabet K4, and Wallace D5 1Institute for Behavior and Health, Former Assistant State Attorney with the Miami-Dade County (Florida) State Attorney’s Office, USA 2Institute for Behavior and Health, National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), United States 3University of Miami DUI Laboratory 4Director, Drug Policy Institute, University of Florida, College of Medicine 5Traffic safety Advocate and Prosecutor 

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