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References

1. Taylor, Lawrence. DUI Sobriety Checkpoints: Unconstitutional?. DUIBlog: Bad Drunk Driving Laws and the New Prohibition (www.duiblog.com/2004/10/17), October 17, 2004.

2. Taylor, Lawrence. DUI Sobriety Checkpoints: Unconstitutional?. DUIBlog: Bad Drunk Driving Laws and the New Prohibition (www.duiblog.com/2004/10/17), October 17, 2004.

3. Taylor, Lawrence. DUI Sobriety Checkpoints: Unconstitutional?. DUIBlog: Bad Drunk Driving Laws and the New Prohibition (www.duiblog.com/2004/10/17), October 17, 2004.

4. Mothers Against Drunk Driving. Sobriety Checkpoints: Facts and Myths. Mothers Against Drunk Driving national corporate headquarters web site (www.madd.org).

5. Mothers Against Drunk Driving. Sobriety Checkpoints: Facts and Myths. Mothers Against Drunk Driving national corporate headquarters web site (www.madd.org).

6. See, for example, Foss, R.D., et al. Roadside Surveys in Conjunction with Sobriety Checkpoints. North Carolina State Highway Safety Research Center, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. Shaffer Library of Drug Policy.

Readings and References

Amenda, P. J. Temperance for a New Age: The Crusade Against Drunk Driving, 1980-1997. (Fresno, CA: California State University, M.A. thesis, 1998).

Berardelli, P. Safe Young Drivers: A Guide for Parents and Teens. Vienna, VA: Nautilus Communications, 2000.

Catchpole, J. Why are Young Drivers Over-Represented in Traffic Accidents? Vermont, South, Victoria, Australia: Australian Road Research Board, 1994.

Donelson, , A. C., et al. The Role of Alcohol in Fatal Traffic Crashes: British Columbia. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Traffic Safety Research Foundation, 1989.

Duncan, D. F. Chronic drinking, binge drinking, and drunk driving. Psychological Reports, 1987, 80(2), 681.

Hans, M. Innovative programs target young drivers. Traffic Safety, 1996, 96(5), 6-9.

Hans, M. Graduated licensing: training wheels for young drivers. Traffic Safety, 1996, 96(2), 6-9.

Hansen, W. B., and Graham, J. W. Preventing alcohol, marijuana and cigarette use among adolescents. Preventive Medicine, 1991, 20.

Hanson, D. J. Alcohol Education: What We Must Do. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1996.

Joseph, J. Are Breath Tests Accurate: Defense Lawyers Often Challenge Their Use as Evidence, And Win. ABCNEWS.com. Can be found at www.howstuffworks.com/breathalyzer.html

Kinkade, P. T. The Unintended Consequences of California's 1982 Drunk Driving Laws: The Costs of Being "MADD." (Irvine, CA: University of California, Ph.D. dissertation, 1990).

McGwin, G. Characteristics of traffic crashes among young, middle-aged, and older drivers. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 1999, 31(3), 181-198.

Moulden, J. V. Alcohol Education: A Long-Term Strategy for Preventing Transportation Accidents. In: Benjamin, T. (Ed.). London and New York: Royal Society of Medicine Services, 1987.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. A Guide to Developing a Community-Based Designated Driver Program. U.S. Department of Transportation.

Pariser, J. L. In vino Veritas: the truth about blood alcohol presumption in state drunk driving laws. New York Law Review, 1989, 64(1), 141-181.

Peach, R. J. Who tests the DUI test? Defense can't; New Jersey won't let lawyers inspect new breath tests. The National Law Journal, 2000, 23(6), A4.

Reinerman, C. Social Movements and Social Policy: “Mothers Against drunk driving,” Restrictive Alcohol Laws and Social Control in the 1980s. Berkekey, CA: Alcohol Research Group, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley, 1985.

Rosenblum. E. Breathlayzer machines are faulted once more. New Jersey Law Journal, 1988, 122(23), 5.

Ross, H. L. Confronting Drunk Driving. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1992.

Sargeant, G. Breathalyzer accuracy challenged. Trial, 1989, 25(12), 22.

Simpson, H. M., and Mayhew, D. R. The Hard Core Drinking Driver. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Traffic Safety Research Foundation, 1991.

Spierer, E. Young Drivers and Alcohol: Educational Measures and Programmes. In: Benjamin, T. (Ed.). Young Drivers Impaired by Alcohol and Other Drugs. London and New York: Royal Society of Medicine Services, 1987. Pp. 227-235.

Taylor, L. Drunk Driving Defense. New York: Aspen Law and Business, 5th edition, 2000. [This is the best single source of information on breathalyzer accuracy and inaccuracy.]

Taylor, L. Nonspecific Analysis. From Taylor, L. Drunk Driving Defense. New York: Aspen Law and Business, 5th edition, 2000. Can be found at www.california-drunkdriving.org/procedures

Weed, F.J. Grass-roots activism and the drunk driving issue: A survey of MADD chapters. Law & Policy, 1987, 9(3), 259-278.

Williams, T. P. The Relative Role of Alcohol as a Contributing Factor in the Over-Representation of Young Drivers in Highway Crashes. Albany, NY: New York State Division of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse, Bureau of Alcohol and Highway Safety, 1981.

Zimmerman, N. Breathalyzers do have a host of problems. The National Law Journal, 1984, 6, 12

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