Summary of GAO Report
This is a report by the General Accounting Office showing that State .08 Blood Alcohol Laws are ineffective.
Study of Between-States Comparisons
Many studies say that if all states passed .08% BAC laws, between 500 and 600 lives would be saved annually. This study shows the flaws of such estimates.
The Anti-Drunk Driving Campaign: A Covert War Against Drinking
The former head of the Virginia Chapter of MADD researches and speaks out against .08 BAC laws, alcohol prohibition, and MADDs anti-drinking positions.
Back Door to Prohibition: The New War on Social Drinking
This analysis is written by Radley Balko who is the editor of Cato.org and a columnist for FoxNews.com. Taken together, the well-organized efforts of activists, law enforcement, and policymakers portend an approaching “back-door prohibition.”
The Flawed Nature Of Breath-Alcohol Analysis
Breath-alcohol analyzers used by law enforcement agencies to evaluate suspected driving-while-intoxicated (DWI) drivers. This article discusses the flaws with this protocol.
The Alcohol Breath Test: A Review
This study evaluates the effectiveness of the alcohol breath test.
Uncertainty In The Results Of Breath-Alcohol Analyses
Another study showing the inaccuracy inherent in breath-alcohol analyses in regards to DUI arrestees.