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There is no bright line test for the admissibility of alcohol in a civil case By Daniel O’Brien Tort Law, January 2019 Alcohol is one of the most prejudicial pieces of evidence that can be inserted into any matter, and there is no bright line rule for its admissibility.
There is no bright line test for the admission of alcohol in a civil case By Daniel O’Brien Bench and Bar, March 2017 When we hear BAC is beyond a certain level the reaction is the alcohol should automatically be admitted to show impairment. This rush to admit this evidence is not the law.

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