Score one for Science: The DRE program is found to be unreliable and not admissible

Score one for Science: The DRE program is found to be unreliable and not admissible

As I have blogged before DUID cases should be very difficult to prosecute due to the pharmacological differences among us. In this six part post we started to explore all of this: Part 1. Intro­duc­tion Part 2. Phar­ma­co­ki­net­ics Part 3. Phar­ma­co­dy­nam­ics Part 4. Bioavail­abilty Part 5. “Free ver­sus Bound Drug“ Part 6. Elu­ci­dat­ing Phar­ma­co­dy­namic Effect […]

Pharmacology For Lawyers Part 5: Free versus Bound Drug

Pharmacology For Lawyers Part 5: Free versus Bound Drug

This is post number five of our six part post on Pharmacology. Our posts will focus on the following topics: Part 1. Introduction Part 2. Pharmacokinetics Part 3. Pharmacodynamics Part 4. Bioavailabilty Part 5. “Free versus Bound Drug” Part 6. Elucidating Pharmacodynamic Effect from an Analytical Chemistry Result When blood sample is analyzed for purposes […]

Pharmacology For Lawyers Part 4: Bioavailability

Pharmacology For Lawyers Part 4: Bioavailability

This is post number four of our six part post on Pharmacology. Our posts will focus on the following topics: Part 1. Introduction Part 2. Pharmacokinetics Part 3. Pharmacodynamics Part 4. Bioavailabilty Part 5. “Free versus Bound Drug” Part 6. Elucidating Pharmacodynamic Effect from an Analytical Chemistry Result We talked in Part 2 Pharmacokinetics about […]

Pharamacology For Lawyers Part 3: Pharmacodynamics

Pharamacology For Lawyers Part 3: Pharmacodynamics

This is post number three of our six part post on Pharmacology. Our posts will focus on the following topics: Part 1. Introduction Part 2. Pharmacokinetics Part 3. Pharmacodynamics Part 4. Bioavailabilty Part 5. “Free versus Bound Drug” Part 6. Elucidating Pharmacodynamic Effect from an Analytical Chemistry Result Pharmacodynamics is the study of the time […]

Pharmacology For Lawyers Part 2: Pharmacokinetics

Pharmacology For Lawyers Part 2: Pharmacokinetics

This is post number two of our six part post on Pharmacology. Our posts will focus on the following topics: Part 1. Introduction Part 2. Pharmacokinetics Part 3. Pharmacodynamics Part 4. Bioavailabilty Part 5. “Free versus Bound Drug” Part 6. Elucidating Pharmacodynamic Effect from an Analytical Chemistry Result Pharmacokinetics is defined as the study of […]

Pharmacology For Lawyers Part 1: Introduction

Pharmacology For Lawyers Part 1: Introduction

Together we are going to embark on a multi-part series on this blog much like our ISO 17025 series. This series will be surrounding the wonderful world of pharmacology. Wikipedia has a good definition of pharmacology as follows: Pharmacology (from Greek φάρμακον, pharmakon, “poison in classic Greek; drug in modern Greek”; and -λογία, “Study of” […]