Tuesday, October 31, 2006

DUI: A National Online Resource Library for the Judiciary on Impaired Driving

InSite recently wrote about DUI: A National Online Resource Library for the Judiciary on Impaired Driving. From Insite:
The DUI National Online Resource Library for the Judiciary on Impaired Driving is a searchable database of print, web, and video publications dealing with the issue of driving under the influence. In addition to both a quick and advanced search, users may browse the database by topic or type of resource. Materials cataloged range from ABA publications to training videos to benchbooks to protocols. Because the actual item is not a part of the database, specific information is provided on how to locate the item including online links where available. This library catalog is a product of the National Association of State Judicial Educators (NASJE) with the stated goal "to help state and local judges and judicial educators find the most useful and current resources for handling cases or providing judicial training on impaired driving and other traffic safety issues." It should also prove to be a useful resource for researchers studying legal issues related to impaired driving.