List of Expert Witnesses for California DUI/DWI Cases
Choosing to utilize an expert witness in a
California DUI/DWI case is always a good idea. In addition to the following experts listed
here, you may also locate other defense experts by accessing the
National Directory of Expert Witnesses Online Directory or
Stan Alari, Radar and Laser Expert
412 North Pacific Coast Hwy #237,
Laguna Beach CA 92651,
1- 877- SOX RADAR
Cell: 562- 682- 5372 Fax: 760- 406- 6222
, Accident Reconstruction Specialist, former mathematics teacher, 20 years
with Georgia state patrol; taught reconstruction for Georgia officers
in statewide program.
706-645-1643, Cell: 706-773-5250
Fax: 706-663-4081, Home: 706-663-4018
, MD, JD (board-certified ophthalmologist for 30+ years), HGN guru -- SFST
training) and other SFSTs (certified); Intox 5000 (factory certified instructor);
medical testimony such as symptoms that mimic alcohol impairment after
404-261-2911, 404-386-1100 or 404-784-5297
Dr. Spurgeon Cole, Ph.D., Psychology (formerly with Clemson University); Expert in Psychophysical
Testing protocol, has testified to the lack of scientific method in implementation
of SFSTs and “Validation Studies”.
1040 McNutt Crossing
Bogart, GA 30622
(864) 710-1293 (cell), 706-208-8167 (home)
Tony Corroto, 17 years of police work with Atlanta PD, Master Instructor of Instructors
in BOTH SFSTs and DREs, oversaw breath test program & ran over 10,000
Intoxilyzer 5000 breath tests
(404) 906-2153; Fax: (770) 693-9852
Robert Crain, Jr., certified in methods of accident reconstruction, certified in legal investigations,
drug recognition expert, police field training officer, DUI case assistance,
and computer forensics.
Arcy Professional Investigations, Inc. PO Box 2226 Paradise, CA 95969-2440
(877) 474-2729, Fax: (530) 872-9626
Robert F. Douglas, PE, Former State Forensic Engineer with more than 35 years experience in Accident
Reconstruction and Traffic/Civil Engineering. Qualified Superior court
expert witness who has testified on Accident Reconstruction, Wet Weather
Accidents, Human Factors, Traffic/Transportation Engineering, Road and
Off-road Safety, Highway-rail Crossing Accidents, Low light/Photo/Video/Computer
Animations, PC Crash. 4510 Pacifc Coast Highway, Suite 200 Long Beach,
CA 90804 (800) 675-7667, Fax: (562) 494-7667
Edward F. Fitzgerald, JD, Author of “Intoxication Test Evidence,” experience with
general breath test principles and blood/urine testing.
Forensic Gait Analysis Group, Dr. Clark D. Miller and Dr. Paul N. Greenberg provide medical and scientific
review of DUI-DWI suspects regarding foot function and “gait”
analysis. Utilize computer technology to quantitatively measure and analyze
gait patterns for purposes of refuting police claims of impairment as
reflected in field sobriety testing procedures.
212-794-2060 (NY) or 973-379-4965 (NJ)
Dave Fries, Ex-police officer with extensive experience on the Intoxilyzer 5000 and
SFST Field Testing Instructor
Live Oak, FL
Cell: 386-344-1770, Work: 386-658-3464, Fax: 386-658-2687
William Giguiere, Masters in secondary education to teach biological and physical sciences;
graduate studies in toxicology, pulmonary functioning and respiratory
therapy and in alcohol studies; employed at Park-Gilman Clinics, Inc.
Burlingame, CA 94010
650-259-7564 or fax: 650-259-7952.
Ronald Henson, Ph.D., (Dissertation: Workplace Drug & Alcohol Testing), M.P.A.,
B.S. Ex-police officer, previously worked for State of Illinois as an
Instructor for Breath, Blood, and Urine Alcohol Testing and SFSTs. Expert
experience with the Intoximeter EC/IR, Intoximeter 3000, AlcoSensor Models
III & RBT IV, Intoxilyzer 5000 & 4011s, BAC Verifier, BAC DataMaster,
portable breath test devices, and related physiology and pharmacology
principles associated with alcohol testing.
Dr. Michael Hlastala, Ph.D., breath testing device expert, Professor of Lung Physiology and
Biophysics and of Medicine, and has published more than 350 articles/books
Home: (425) 742-7811, (206) 543-3166, Fax: (206) 685-8673, VM (206)-685-8436
Lonny E. Horowitz, MD, 4 year residency and internship in trauma units in NY and NJ area,
expert court witness of traumatic head injury mimicking alcohol intoxication,
diabetes, hypoglycemia, and high protein diet issues for breath test interference
defense. No formal training on breath testing machines, but can explain
how ketone conversion to isopropyl alcohol may be misread by an infrared
device as ethyl alcohol.
Joseph William Huff, Ph.D. in Physiology from Medical College of Georgia, Masters in Pharmacology
from University of Georgia, B.S. in Chemistry with minors in Biology and
Mathematics from West Georgia College, and worked as an Assistant Professor
teaching Ophthalmology at the Bethesda Eye Institute.
118 Lyle Way
Carrollton, GA 30117
770-834-8611, Fax: 770-832-1028
Richard E. Jensen, Ph.D., Alcohol Testing. Dr. Jensen is considered the foremost recognized expert
in the areas of chemical testing, the analysis of blood, breath and urine
for ethyl alcohol and other drugs, and the interpretation ofthe results.
He has qualified and testified as an expert witness in 30 states and Canada.
4690 IDS Center
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402-2207
(612) 339-7903, Fax: (612) 349-677
Dr. Sarah Kerrigan, Ph.D., Forensic Toxicologist. A Scotland Yard training toxicologist whose
specialty is drugs that impair. Dr. Kerrigan received her BS in Chemistry/Analytical
Chemistry and Toxicology and her Ph.D. in Chemistry in the field of drugs
of abuse testing.
P.O. Box 7429
Houston TX 77248-7429
Office: (713) 868-2440, Cell: (713) 817-2229
Dominick A. Labianca, Ph.D., Department of Chemistry, Brooklyn College of The City University
of New York. Expert in blood, urine, proper testing, conversion from serum
to whole blood.
Brooklyn, NY 11210
718-951-5458, Home: 516-489-3247
Robert LaPier, SFST Instructor. Ex-police officer who has trained thousands of officers
on SFSTs. DRE instructor, accident reconstruction expert, Intoxilyzer
5000 maintenance expert, and instructor certified.
(208) 754-4632, (800) 257-4643
Ron Lloyd, Former Georgia State Trooper, NHTSA SFST Instructor, DRE Instructor,
expert in DUI cases, and Intoxilyzer 5000 operator trained.
12 North Alexander Creek Road
Newnan, GA 30263.
(770) 463-8823, Fax: (770) 463-8813, Cell: (404) 822-4003 cell
Wanda Marley, RN, BSN, CRNA, MS, PhD., Worked as an ER and intensive-care nurse, certified
RN anesthetist. Trained at Mayo Clinic in anesthesia, and obtained a master’s
which stressed primarily pharmacology and toxicology. Worked for 19 months
as Senior Scientist at Rocky Mountain Instrumental Laboratory, and operates
a medical-legal consulting business. Testifies on DUI/DUID cases and can
provide expert testimony regarding various medical problems and prescription
medications that may contribute to psychomotor impairment.
(970) -224-4587, Fax: (970) 224-1194
Dr. Terry Martinez, Toxicologic Associates Inc., holds a Ph.D. in Pharmacology. Expert on
methamphetamine manufacture cases.
6614 Clayton Road, #107
Richmond Heights, Mo 63117
(618)- 345-0786, (618) 367-8700; ext. 1404
LawrenceMasten, Ph.D in Toxicology, Board Certified in Toxicology; 33 years of experience.
Handles collection, transport, storage, and analysis of legal and hospital
blood for BACs and the interpretation of BACs and factors that affect
BAC readings and/or blood/urine drug levels.
873 West Bay Drive, 186
Largo, FL 33770
727-595-6575, Fax: 727-595-0785, Toll-free: 866-329-9262
Mary McMurray, Extensive experience with BAC Datamaster, Intoximeter EC-IR and Draeger
7410 & 7110. Expert on preliminary breath testing devices.Previously
worked for Wisconsin State Patrol on Intoxilyzer 5000 as instructor and
maintenance tech. Expert on software applications for breath instruments
and former SFST instructor.
Blue Mounds, WI
(608) 437-5344, cell: (608) 772-1055
Mark Montgomery, Ph.D., Forensic Toxicology, Dr. Montgomery is a Professor of Toxicology
at the University of South Florida, College of Public Health. He offers
consulting forensic and medical/legal toxicology. He is a frequent lecturer
to Florida Bar Association groups, The Florida Prosecuting Attorneys'
Association and various law enforcement agencies. The Doctor has even
testified before a Congressional Committee. He serves on the editorial
Board of the "Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health."
12109 Wood Duck Place
Tampa, FL 33617
(813) 988-5853, Fax: (813) 988-1833
Barry S. Reiss, Ph.D., pharmacology expert witness for civil, DUI, DWI, and federal pharmacy
law. Licensed in Florida and New York. Twenty-five years of experience
in providing pharmacology expert witness testimony. Author of three books
on Pharmacology; former pharmacology professor.
8006 Bellafiore Way
Boynton Beach, FL 33437
561 733 7916, Cell: 917 838 2095
Steven W. Rickard, Accident Reconstruction Expert & Animation of Accidents, Former PA
State Trooper with over 30 years total experience
1644 Whitley Drive
Harrisburg, PA 17111
(717) 540-3451 or 3457
Stefan Rose, MD, Physician trained in General Psychiatry, Clinical Pathology and Forensic
Toxicology, expert in drugs, especially cocaine, Intoxilyzer 5000, and drug dog.
10130 Northlake Blvd., Suite 214, #300
West Palm Beach, FL 33412