DUI involves a lot of science. From biology to physiology to chemistry to pharmacology, a diligent DUI attorney must have a firm grasp of the scientific aspects involved in a DUI case.
In an effort to provide the very best representation to my clients, I have spent countless hours studying scientific papers, attending seminars and even performing hands-on laboratory practicals. I have been lucky in that I have become recognized among my peers, meaning other lawyers, as being very well educated on the scientific aspects of defending a DUI case. However, this acknowledgment does not just stop with my peers. I have been recognized by other scientists as being very well-studied on the scientific aspects related to DUI prosecution. This recognition has resulted in an invitation to lecture about highly technical issues in analytical chemistry and in particular hospital blood at the upcoming American Chemical Society national meeting. There I will be presenting a lecture entitled "Enzymatic assaying: The indirect measurement that is non-specific to ethanol that is being misapplied from the clinical world into the forensic arena". It is a highly technical presentation that I have been selected to present in front of an audience of scientists.
Being selected to present this at the ACS national meeting is quite an honor in that it recognizes the hard work I have put into the field of analytic chemistry and the forensic sciences involved in DUI cases.
-Justin J. McShane, Esquire, Pennsylvania DUI Attorney
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