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Justin James McShane

717-657-3900
Justin James McShane
The McShane Firm, LLC
4807 Jonestown Rd Suite 148
Harrisburg, PA 17109
www.themcshanefirm.com
Phone: 717-657-3900
National Board of Trial Advocacy

National Board of Trial Advocacy

Justin James McShane

Board Certified Specialist in Criminal Trial Advocacy

National College for DUI Defense

National College for DUI Defense

Justin James McShane

Board Certified Specialist in DUI Defense Law

National College for DUI Defense

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State Delegate

DUI Defense Lawyers Association

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About Justin James McShane

If you are looking for the best DUI Trial Lawyer in Pennsylvania, look no further than Attorney Justin J. McShane of The McShane Firm. Based in Harrisburg, Attorney McShane is the most highly qualified Pennsylvania DUI lawyer and criminal defense attorney. Attorney McShane is a trial attorney who specializes in using forensic science in defending citizens amongst us who have been accused by t... read more »

Biography

If you are looking for the best DUI Trial Lawyer in Pennsylvania, look no further than Attorney Justin J. McShane of The McShane Firm. Based in Harrisburg, Attorney McShane is the most highly qualified Pennsylvania DUI lawyer and criminal defense attorney.

Attorney McShane is a trial attorney who specializes in using forensic science in defending citizens amongst us who have been accused by the Government. He is nationally known and well-regarded for being a skilled and fierce litigator, but is also well known for his strong understanding and in-depth knowledge in all forms of forensic science.

He is a litigating attorney for the Pennsylvania Innocence Project. He has earned Board Certification both in DUI Defense Law by the National College for DUI Defense (the first and only Pennsylvania Lawyer to do so and also was the youngest person in the United States ever to be so certified) and as a Criminal Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, a Pennsylvania Supreme Court Approved Agency. 

He has also earned certification in Forensic Sobriety Assessment, the first attorney to do so in the nation. He is a Sustaining Member, A State Delegate, and Regional Coordinator with the NCDD. He is the 2012 NCDD Dean’s Award recipient. 

He is a frequent invited guest lecturer at national, state and local seminars that are attended by prosecutors, police, investigators, lawyers, judges, academics, scientists and policy-makers.

He has been invited three times to lecture at the ACS National meeting and has presented twice at the 2011 and 2012 AAFS national meetings. He was named a fellow with the American Institute of Chemists.

He has been named a Senior Assistant Chromatography Instructor by the American Chemical Society. He serves as the co-chairman of the Forensic Science section of the American Chemical Society-Chemistry and the Law Division.  He is the Chairman/CEO of The McShane Firm, LLC, a six attorney criminal defense and DUI law firm. 

He maintains two blogs:

Pennsylvania DUI Attorney Blog and The Truth About Forensic Science.

Map & Directions

Contact Information

Justin James McShane -
The McShane Firm, LLC
4807 Jonestown Rd Suite 148
Harrisburg, PA 17109
www.themcshanefirm.com
Phone Numbers:
  • Office: 717-657-3900
  • Fax: 717-657-2060

Practice Areas

Area of Practice % Focus
DUI / DWI / Drunk Driving80.00%
Criminal Defense20.00%

Credentials

Bar Licenses

State Status Year Acquired
Pennsylvania Member in Good Standing 2001

Work Experience

Position Duration
Chairman/CEO at The McShane Firm, LLC 2003 – present
Assistant Attorney at County of Dauphin 20012003
Legal Intern conducting trials at Dauphin County 19912001

Education

School Major Degree Year Graduated
Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law Law JD - Juris Doctor 2001
Franklin and Marshall College Government and International Affairs BA - Bachelor of Arts 1998
University of Limerick Law Department 1997 Semester Abroad 1997
Georgetown Preparatory School High School 1994

Associations

Position Organization Duration
Co-chairman Forensic Science section American Chemical Society 2011 – present
Member Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association 2010 – present
Lifetime Member Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh 2010 – present
Founding Member/President Pennsylvania Association for Drunk Driving Defense Attorneys (PADDDA) 2010 – present
Member National Fire Protection Association 2010 – present
Member National Conference of Standards Laboratories International 2010 – present
Member Minnesota Society for Criminal Justice Source Code Coalition 2010 – present
Member Chromatography Forum of Delaware Valley 2010 – present
Member American Society for Testing and Materials 2010 – present
Fellow American Institute of Chemists 2010 – present
Member Central PA Local Section of the American Chemical Society 2009 – present
Member National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Law (NORML) 2009 – present
Member Pennsylvania Innocence Project 2009 – present
Chemist,
Analytical Chemistry Division
American Chemical Society 2009 – present
Sustaining Member,
State Delegate
National College for DUI Defense 2005 – present
Member Federal Bar Association 2003 – present
Member American Bar Association 2001 – present
Member Pennsylvania Bar Association 2001 – present
Member American Association for Justice (formerly ATLA) 2001 – present
Co-chair of Rising Stars (Young Lawyers) Division Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Rising Stars Section 2001 – present
Member Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers 2001 – present
Member American College of Forensic Examiners International 2001 – present
Member National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers 2001 – present
Member Dauphin County Bar Association 2001 – present
Founding Member American Association for Clinical Chemistry 2001 – present
Charter Member DUI Defense Lawyers Association present

Specialty Certifications

Certification Specialty Accredited Organization Year
Board Certified Specialist DUI Defense Law National College for DUI Defense 2010
Board Certified Specialist Criminal Trial Advocacy National Board of Trial Advocacy 2009

Awards and Recognitions

Recognition Granting Organization Year
Super Lawyer Super Lawyers Magazine 2013
Dean's Award National College for DUI Defense 2012
Rising Star Super Lawyers Magazine 2012
Outstanding Achievement Award Pennsylvania Association for Drunk Driving Defense Attorney 2012
Rising Star in Criminal Defense: DUI Super Lawyers Magazine 2011

Speaking Engagements

Presentation Title Conference Year
Enzymatic Assay: The non-forensic method of BAC determination Enzymatic Assay: The non-forensic method of BAC determination 2013
Melendez-Diaz, Bullcoming, and Williams: Scientific Evidence and the Right to Confrontation 66th American Academy of Forensic Science Annual meeting 2013
Gas Chromatography Stuart Kinard Memorial Advance DWI Seminar 2012
Bullcoming and Confrontation: Now What? North Carolina Advocates for Justice “New and Creative Ideas for Winning DWI Trials” 2012
Why there is no Science in Evidentiary Breath Testing NCDD Winter Session 2012
Gas Chromatography with Mass Spectrometry for DUID cases Mastering Scientific Evidence 2012
Burning the accused at the stake? Is arson/explosive investigations scientific or modern day witchcraft? American Chemical Society 243rd National Meeting & Exposition 2012
State Crime Laboratories — Open or Closed to Criminal Defense Attorneys? 65th American Academy of Forensic Science Annual meeting 2012
Pharmacology for Lawyers 5th Annual Forensic Science Seminar 2012
From Zero to Hero: What You Need to Win a GC-FID Blood Case Top Gun DWI Defense 2011
A Review of Medical and Scientific Evidence in DUI Cases Third Annual Two-Day DUI Defense Practice Institute 2011
The Scientific Truth About Hospital Blood: Enzymatic- based assay The Scientific Truth About Hospital Blood: Enzymatic- based assay 2011
Headspace Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detector and Mass Spectrometry 7th Annual Advanced DUI Seminar 2011
How to Cross Examine an Expert (Even if you don't know what you're talking about) Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers annual DUI Seminar 2011
Basic and Advanced Headspace Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detector for EtOH Stuart Kinard Memorial Advance DWI Seminar 2011
The Scientific Truth About HS-GC-FID and the Pharmacology of ETOH, Marijuana and Benzodiazepines PACLE approved national webinar 2011
Death to the Slidument: Using PowerPoint Effectively to Persuade Ohio Superstars 2011
Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry, Integration, and Metrology Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers 2011 Ohio Advanced DUI seminar 2011
The Science of DWI: Three Never Fail principles of cross-examining any expert New and Creative Ideas for Winning DWI Trials 2011
So You Want to Be a Forensic Scientist… The Real Courtroom World and Words of Advice as to How to Make Sure You Have a Long and Happy Career Methodist University in North Carolina seminar 2011
Cross-Examination of Gas Chromatography Blood Analysis Masters of Cross Examination Seminar 2011
How blood is Tested in Gas Chromatography Mastering Scientific Evidence 2011
Headspace Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detector Forensic Applications of Chromatography (GC/HPLC) and Mass Spectrometry 2011
Forensic Applications of Chromatography (GC/HPLC) and Mass Spectrometry Forensic Applications of Chromatography (GC/HPLC) and Mass Spectrometry 2011
Headspace Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detector and Mass Spectrometry DWI Defense Project-DWI Science: What You Must Know to Win! 2011
False Accusation the Issues of Residual Mouth Alcohol, and the Non-specificity and Non-selectivity of Roadside Portable Breath Testing devices American Chemical Society Spring 2011 National Meeting & Exposition 2011
State of forensic science in America today: Is it scientific at all? Is there a path forward? American Chemical Society 242nd National Meeting & Exposition 2011
Gastroesophageal Reflux in BrAC Measurements 63rd American Academy of Forensic Science Annual meeting-Chicago, Illinois 2011
How Evidentiary Breath Testing As Practiced Today Is Not Scientific 2nd Annual DUI Training Super Symposium 2011
How to Cross Any expert (Even if You Don't Know What You Are Doing 2nd Annual DUI Training Super Symposium 2011
Introductory and Advanced Topics in Analytical Chemistry and Metrology in DUI/DWI/DUID TheMcShaneFirm.com Lecture Series 2010
Advanced Topics in DUI Defense The Third Annual Reese Joye Memorial DUI Defense Seminar 2010
The Truth About Forensic Science The Defense is the Science and Science is the Truth, The Truth About Forensic Science: An Introduction to Method Validation 2010
Just Because You are an Expert…Doesn’t Make You Interesting The 3rd Annual TheMcShaneFirm.com lecture series 2010
Introduction to Breath Testing The 3rd Annual TheMcShaneFirm.com lecture series 2010
Advanced Topics in DUI Defense Stuart Kinard Memorial Advance DWI Seminar 2010
How an Analytical Chemist Can be the Accused’s Best Friend Lessons 1-5 Private In-house Training 2010
An Overview of the NHTSA/IACP Drug Recognition and Evaluation Course Platt and Associates Seminar 2010
Standardized Field Sobriety Testing NHTSA's Standardized Field Sobriety Testing Practitoner 2010
Pennsylvania DUI Case Law Update: A Massive Paradigm Shift-The Post Melendez-Diaz and Post-Chase World Lorman Education Services 2010
Headspace Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detector and Mass Spectrometry Forensic Applications of Chromatography (GC/HPLC) and Mass Spectrometry 2010
Behind the Secrets of Highway Drug Interdiction Behind the Secrets of Highway Drug Interdiction 2010
Enzymatic assaying: The Indirect Measurement that is Non-specific to Ethanol that is Being Misapplied from the Clinical World into the Forensic Arena American Chemical Society Fall 2010 National Meeting 2010
If You Want Blood (You’ve Got It): Understanding, Discovering and Presenting Errors in Blood Testing Advanced DWI Seminar 2010
How to Aggressively, Scientifically and Ethically Defend a Controlled Substances Accusation PACLE Advanced Seminar 2009
NHTSA's Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement -Hosted & Instructed NHTSA/IACP DRE Advanced Seminar 2009
NHTSA/IACP Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) Advanced Course DRE Training (2009) 2009
Short Course on Blood Toxicology and Drug DUI cases - Can they be Defended? Connecticut State Public Defender’s Conference 2009
A case study presentation of the anatomy of a .34 BAC not guilty Advanced Forensic Blood and Urine Seminar 2009
Standardized Field Sobreity Testing Practitioner Standardized Field Sobreity Testing Practitioner Course 2008
Standardized Field Sobreity Testing Instructor Course Standardized Field Sobreity Testing Instructor Course 2008
Certified Breath Alcohol Training Course Breath Alcohol Technician 2008
Technology in the Courtroom Technology in the Courtroom 2007
The Role of the Criminal Defense Lawyer Pennsylvania State Police Academy ---
Jury Advocacy Penn State Dickinson School of Law Jury Advocacy ---
Traffic Law-DUI Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Seminar-Pennsylvania Traffic Law ---
Jury Advocacy Central Penn College Jury Advocacy ---

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Blogs

Pennsylvania DUI Blog

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John Oliver Exposes Fake Forensic Science

Posted on Sunday, October 15th, 2017

Well worth a watch.  He highlights a lot of the issues we have been writing about for years. (Please see Problems with Forensic Science) The post John Oliver Exposes Fake Forensic Science appeare... [read more]

Update: Did Judge Jonathan D. Grine commit perjury?

Posted on Friday, August 25th, 2017

As you will recall, we asked an important question this week… Did Judge Jonathan D. Grine commit perjury? According to a source that is in the know, Judge Johnathan D. Grine was removed (or rem... [read more]

Did Judge Jonathan D. Grine commit perjury?

Posted on Monday, August 21st, 2017

An act of political truthful free speech by Justin J. McShane   Did Judge Jonathan D. Grine commit perjury? It depends on your definition of the word “never.” I really liked President... [read more]

Stacy Parks Miller Petition for Discipline

Posted on Friday, August 18th, 2017

One of our great features here at www.PADUIBlog.com is that of news gather and report. We report significant changes in the law, current cases of note, road blocks and, yes, even politics.   &nbs... [read more]

New Proposed Law introduces Stiffer Penalties for Repeat DUI offenders

Posted on Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017

A new bill has been proposed in the Pennsylvania State Senate that would drastically increase the penalties for some repeat DUI offenders. The bill was referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee on Ap... [read more]

How a SCRAM Bracelet can change your life

Posted on Wednesday, July 26th, 2017

What is a SCRAM bracelet? SCRAM stands for Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitor.  It is an alcohol motioning device which subjects must wear around their ankle to provide continuous monitorin... [read more]

The Truth About Forensic Science

RSS iconLearn the truth about forensic science.

A Comment on the Draft Documents from the National Commission on Forensic Science

Posted on Friday, April 24th, 2015

Recently, the National Commission on Forensic Science (NCFS) released a series of draft regulations through regulations.gov: Initial DRAFT Recommendation on AFIS Interoperability Initial DRAFT Recomme... [read more]

USADA presents at the ACS National Meeting about Doping in Sports

Posted on Tuesday, March 31st, 2015

USADA presents at the ACS National Meeting about Doping in Sports   On March 23, 2015, Attorneys Justin J. McShane of The McShane Firm, LLC and Josh D. Lee of Ward, Lee and Coats moderated a symp... [read more]

DOJ does a 180 and puts discovery back into discussion for the NIST/DOJ National Commission on Forensic Science

Posted on Friday, January 30th, 2015

In a dramatic turn of events as covered here in Federal Judge resigns from National Commission on Forensic Science and The Jed Rakoff and Matt Redle, co-chairs, Subcommittee on Reporting and Testimony... [read more]

The Jed Rakoff and Matt Redle, co-chairs, Subcommittee on Reporting and Testimony Memo

Posted on Thursday, January 29th, 2015

Breaking news I just received a copy of the joint memorandum that was co-authored by the Honorable Jed S. Rakoff and Matt Redle, co-chairs, Subcommittee on Reporting and Testimony that was forwarded t... [read more]

Federal Judge resigns from National Commission on Forensic Science

Posted on Thursday, January 29th, 2015

The sole federal judge appointed to the NIST/DOJ  National Commission on Forensic Science has resigned in protest, according to his reported email, over what he feels is inappropriate attempt by ... [read more]

Man Freed After Serving 35 years 11 months and 8 days in Prison for An Arson-Murder that Wasn’t

Posted on Friday, January 23rd, 2015

PRESS RELEASE Press Conference on Saturday January 24, 2015 at 1pm at The McShane Firm, LLC 3601 Vartan Way, 1st Floor, Harrisburg, PA 17110 all are welcome. Man Freed After Serving 35 years 11 months... [read more]

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CPPA reelects Cathi Leigh McAdams as President, Amanda Jones as Vice President

Posted on Tuesday, April 12th, 2016

Cathi Leigh McAdams has been reelected as President of the CPPA (Central Pennsylvania Paralegal Association) for this year. Alongside her, Amanda Jones has been elected VP for the same period. The mis... [read more]

Harrisburg asks higher court to review judge’s ruling that struck down three of its gun ordinances

Posted on Tuesday, March 31st, 2015

PennLive By Christine Vendel The fight over Harrisburg’s gun ordinances continues to play out in court as the city files a notice to appeal a ruling last month that temporarily struck down three... [read more]

Mike Giaramita to Speak at Seminar Concerning ‘Preemption of Municipal Firearms Ordinances: Is There Room for State and Local Regulation of Firearms?’

Posted on Thursday, March 26th, 2015

  The recent amendment to the Pennsylvania Uniform Firearms Act has made major changes by significantly expanding standing for gun owners and by arguably increasing the scope of preemption of loc... [read more]

Cathi Leigh to Represent CPPA at National Federation of Paralegal Associations

Posted on Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

  Cathi Leigh McAdams was recently elected as President of the Central Pennsylvania Paralegal Association (CPPA). Cathi Leigh has previously served as CPPA’s 1^st Vice President and 2^nd Vi... [read more]

Attorney Richard Roberts Admitted to Third Circuit Court of Appeals

Posted on Monday, March 16th, 2015

  The McShane Firm congratulates Attorney Richard Roberts who were recently admitted to the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. To learn more, please visit his attorney profile:... [read more]

Judge orders Harrisburg to stop enforcing 3 gun ordinances

Posted on Thursday, February 26th, 2015

Post Gazette HARRISBURG — A judge is ruling that Pennsylvania’s capital city cannot enforce three gun-control ordinances. Dauphin County Judge Andrew Dowling ruled Wednesday in a lawsuit b... [read more]

Publications and Articles

CHAL 26 Abstract: Burning the Accused at the Stake? Is arson/explosive investigation scientific or modern day witchcraft?

Published 2012

Publisher: American Chemical Society

Chapter 3: Applied Epistemology or Subconsciously Bending the Truth: The Human Frailties of the Mind that Manifest in Bias of the Officer at the Roadside

Published 2012

Publisher:

Chapter 4: How to write a Bulletproof expert report for use in criminal trials

Published 2012

Publisher:

Chapter 6: A Scientific Examination of the Validity of Evidentiary Breath Testing as Applied to DUI Prosecution in the United States Today

Published 2012

Publisher:

Chapter 7: Consciousness of Guilt or Reasonable Confusion: How Applied Epistemology Can Negate the Burden Shifting Game in a DUI Refusal Case

Published 2012

Publisher:

Electro-Chemical Based Portable Breath Testing: A Potentially Dangerous Non-Specific and Non-Selective Measure at Roadside

Published 2012

Publisher:

Gas Chromatograph-Flame Ionization Detector for Forensic Determination in ETOH-based per se DUI Prosecutions: Introduction and Explanations of the Limitations of the GC-FID Assay

Published 2012

Publisher: Newark, NJ: LexisNexis

Phlebotomy: Forensic & Medico-legal aspects

Published 2012

Publisher: Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company

Why I Don’t Stipulate to Forensic Test Results

Published 2012

Publisher: NCDD Journal Volume 1 Issue 16

Chapter x: Current Scientific Thoughts on Defending DUI Death Cases

Published 2012

Publisher: Aspatore; A Thompson Reuters business

A Post-Bullcoming World: Does Justice Sotomayor's Concurrence Undermine The Majority Opinion?

Published October 2011

Publisher: NACDL Champion Magazine

CHAL 13 Abstract: State of forensic science in America today: Is it scientific at all? Is there a path forward?

Published 2011

Publisher: American Chemical Society

Call for meaningful validation of the Drug Recognition Expert protocol in driving under the influence of drugs prosecution

Published 2011

Publisher: American Chemical Society

Limitations of the Assay: Gastroesophageal Reflux and BrAC Measurements

Published 2011

Publisher:

Chapter 57: ISO 17025

Published 2011

Publisher: Eagan, MN: West: A Thompson Reuters business

Chapter 6: Headspace Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detector: What It Is and How to Cross-Examine an Expert on it

Published 2011

Publisher: Asporte: A Thompson Reuters business

False Convictions and Bad Pharmacology: The Danger of the Drug Recognition

Published 2011

Publisher: False Convictions and Bad Pharmacology: The Danger

Chiral Molecules: The Dirty but Open Secret in the Crime Laboratory

Published 2011

Publisher: The Journal of the American Chemical Society

The Top Ten Points in Establishing a Viable and Scientifically Based GER/GERD Defense to Evidentiary Breath Testing Cases

Published 2011

Publisher: Asporte: A Thompson Reuters business

The Inability to Quantify: Values that are Outside the Demonstrated Linear Dynamic Range of Detection Lead to the Impossibility to Prove Guilt beyond a Reasonable Doubt

Published 2011

Publisher: Pennsylvania Bar Association Quarterly

Enzymatic assaying-The Indirect Measurement that is Non-specific to Ethanol that is Being Misapplied from the Clinical World into the Forensic Arena

Published 2011

Publisher: The journal of the American Chemical Society

Comprehensive Blood Discovery and the Reasons For It.

Published 2011

Publisher:

Glossary of Important Analytical Chemistry Terms

Published 2011

Publisher: Costa Mesa, CA: James Publishing

Consciousness of Guilt or Reasonable Confusion: How Applied Epistemology Can Negate the Burden Shifting Game in a DUI Refusal Case

Published 2011

Publisher: TCDLA

How to Obtain Scientific Data (Discovery) through the Court: In a World with Confrontation How Does a Criminal Defense Lawyer Confront an Expert Witness in the World of Analytical Chemistry?

Published 2011

Publisher: California Public Defenders Quarterly Newsletter

Glossary of Important Analytical Chemistry Terms

Published 2011

Publisher:

The Inability to Quantify: Values that are Outside the Demonstrated Linear Dynamic Range of Detection Lead to the Impossibility to Prove Guilt beyond a Reasonable Doubt

Published 2011

Publisher: Pennsylvania Bar Association Quarterly

Abstract E 23: Limitations of the Assay: Gastroesophageal Reflux and BrAC Measurements

Published 2011

Publisher:

Enzymatic assaying-The Indirect Measurement that is Non-specific to Ethanol that is Being Misapplied from the Clinical World into the Forensic Arena

Published 2010

Publisher: American Chemical Society

Driving After Imbibing Manual-The Authoritative Guide to Defending Motorists Accused of Alcohol/Drug Impaired Driving In Pennsylvania

Published 2010

Publisher: Textbook published by CDSD Publishing

Preliminary Hearing: A Primer for the Inexperienced

Published 2010

Publisher: CDSD Publishing

Pennsylvania Vehicle Code and the ‘New’ Driving After Imbibing Law: A Practioner’s Guide to Successfully Defending Against the Commonwealth and PENNDOT License Suspension

Published 2010

Publisher: CDSD Publishing

Am I Going to Lose My License?

Published 2010

Publisher: CDSD Publishing

Chapter 6: The Changing Face of DUI Practice: A Time to Think Ahead

Published 2010

Publisher: Intoxication Test Evidence: Second Edition

In the Defense of the Police at Roadside: The Officer Isn’t Always Lying: The Drug Recognition Expert Program as an Case Study for an Epistemological Based Defense

Published 2010

Publisher: The Champion magazine

Traffic Law Practices in Pennsylvania

Published 2006

Publisher: Lorman Education

An Epistemological Based Defense to the DRE-based DUI Prosecution

Published 2001

Publisher: James Publishing

How Being Nice, Acting Like A Curious 5-Year Old, and Using the Social Convention of the Dating Ritual to Win

Published 2001

Publisher: Tennessee Criminal Defense Lawyers Association