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The State of California sets forth the following requirements that it developed in the early 1970s for blood testing for Driving Under the Influence (DUI) prosecutions. 1 The archaic nature of these regulations make them unreliable and replete with confounding flaws.2 These flaws are apparent by a cursory glance.
In this article, concerns are presented from the perspective of a former Drug Enforcement Administration chemist and a practicing forensic chemist consultant about the shortcomings that law enforcement and society now face with the lack of transparency in the government analyses of controlled drugs