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Alcohol and Drugs Investigated: The Science Integrated Into Your Case

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$99 for Guest Group
$79 for NATA Members & Staff

75 minutes
Date Published

August 25, 2020


Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys


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This presentation will provide an examination of biological testing for drugs and alcohol, the use of evidence in civil cases, including workplace matters, and whether the findings have limitations to determine impairment at the time of an incident.

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Ronald Henson

Ronald E. Henson, PhD is the Founder of and Principal Consultant with Beron Consulting, with offices in Illinois and Florida.... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Alcohol and Drugs Investigated: The Science Integrated Into Your Case
Alcohol and Drugs Investigated: The Science Integrated Into Your Case - Paper
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