Do you need help interpreting the SBI report you received from the State on your DWI case? On today’s episode, Jake visits with Dr. Korin Leffler, an assistant professor of pharmacology and toxicology at the Brody School of Medicine, East Carolina University. Dr. Leffler holds a PhD in pharmacology and toxicology and helps bridge the gap between science and the law by providing the right steps to meaningfully interpreting the substances identified as present in an SBI lab report.
Hear Dr. Leffler discuss the difference between pharmacology and toxicology.
Learn why science demands two forms of testing: presumptive and confirmatory.
Uncover the testimonial limitations that an SBI lab analyst might face and some big picture challenges to present to an inexperienced analyst being tendered as an expert in pharmacology or toxicology.
Discover why it may be difficult to determine whether your client was actually impaired by most drugs that are confirmed in your client’s system in a SBI lab report.