Audio Lectures: DUI Explained

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Demonstrative Cross-Examination of Police Officer
A lecture by Lawrence Taylor, presented at the National College for DUI Defense Third Annual Summer Seminar at Harvard Law School, July 1997. Techniques for cross-examination of an officer and experts in DUI cases are briefly demonstrated in a classroom situation with a lawyer — formerly a Mississippi State Trooper — testifying as the police officer in a DUI trial... 54 minutes.

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Attacking Blood-Alcohol Evidence
In this 60 minute lecture, Mr. Taylor examines the subject of blood-alcohol evidentiary issues, looking briefly at the political perspective of DUI and its history, to expose the gaping holes by which a DUI Defense Lawyer can protect his client's rights.

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Demolishing the State's Test Results Through Cross-Examination
From case strategy to "attacking the machines", to understanding urinalysis and blood alcohol tests on which a state bases its ability to prosecute a case, Mr. Taylor outlines some successful approaches to defending the DUI. 48 minutes.

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The DUI Exception to the Constitution
The ERIS Society lecture at the 1997 Annual Convention in Aspen, Colorado. Mr. Taylor's frank appraisal and attempt to educate and "convince a few of us" regarding what he describes as "the greatest single threat to... the freedoms set forth in the Bill of Rights to our Constitution," is a credible and earnest attempt to preserve the freedoms that made the United States of America great in the eyes of the world.

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