Skip Navigation

Library Highlights

May 30, 2011

WSLL Recommends: Defense of Drunk Driving Cases

Many practitioners may already be familiar with Wisconsin treatises covering driving under the influence. For more detail and sample forms researchers can turn to the general treatise, Defense of Drunk Driving Cases: Criminal & Civil.

The first three volumes of this four-volume set focus on background, up-to-date caselaw and statutes, and scientific and technical information concerning DUI and DWI. Several chapters are devoted to examing chemical and other testing methods in depth, with device-specific information. This treatise is also useful for learning more about medical conditions and driving impairment, liquor liability, physician-patient privilege, and non-chemical evidence.

The final volume in the set is practice-oriented featuring a 50 state survey of DUI laws, sample forms and motions, and guides and sample scripts to adapt for use during trials.

A looseleaf treatise, this title is updated three times per year. A complete table of contents for each volume is available online.

Ask a Librarian