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Consultox Limited
Damariscotta, Maine
P.O. Box 1239, 04543


Contact:  Richard A. Parent, PhD., DABT, FATS, RAC, ERT
www.consultox.com
207-563-2300 Or Toll Free 800-566-2301
rparent@consultox.com
P.O. Box 1239
Damariscotta, Maine 04543

Contact:  Richard A. Parent, PhD., DABT, FATS, RAC, ERT
www.consultox.com
207-563-2300 Or Toll Free 800-566-2301
rparent@consultox.com
Dr. Parent is qualified to help you with various projects as he is certified in toxicology by the American Board of Toxicology and the Academy of Toxicological Sciences.
Information:  
Alcohol and Drug Abuse,  Alcohol Related Injuries and Death,  Carbon Monoxide,  Dram Shop,  Drunk Driving,  DUI and OWI,  Hazardous Materials,  Pharmaceuticals,  Product Liability,  Product Warnings,  Toxic Exposures,  Toxic Tort,  Toxicology,  Toy Safety Design, 


Dr. Parent is qualified to help you with various projects as he is certified in toxicology by the American Board of Toxicology and the Academy of Toxicological Sciences.

Forensic Associates Bioenergetics, Inc.
Madison, Wisconsin
1640 Capital Avenue, 53705


Contact:  Dr. Roy U. Schenk, Ph.D.
Dr. Roy U. Schenk, Website
608-255-4028 Or Toll Free
ruschenk@gmail.com
Bioenergetics, Inc.
1640 Capital Avenue
Madison, Wisconsin 53705

Contact:  Dr. Roy U. Schenk, Ph.D.
Dr. Roy U. Schenk, Website
608-255-4028
ruschenk@gmail.com
INTOXIMETER DEFECT: The intoxilyzer EC/IR has two switches which permit one to test a gaseous sample. The one is the switch to set the zero balance; the second is to test for any reactive substance in a sample. If one wants to be sure to get a 0.00 reading, one uses the zero balance switch. For example if one wants to portray hydrogen gas in an air sample as being un-reactive, one would press the zero balance switch. I became aware of this reality when a subject’s breath recorded a 0.00%. Shortly thereafter , the breath was tested again; and showed an illegal amount of alcohol present in the breath sample. The tester obviously had hit the wrong switch

Hydrogen in the breath is unlikely to be as much as 250 ppm of hydrogen in a human breath and this would evidently add not more than a 0.10% reading on the instrument. More common would be about 60 ppm of hydrogen in the breath. Consumption of food between one and ten hours before being tested is when the hydrogen content of the breath is likely to be higher than usual. Reporting on this in a trial may end up being a whistle blower case, so other may be some risk in exposing the unreliability of the instrument. One the other hand prosecutors may just cancel the case.

OTHER DUI CONCERNS: Dr. Schenk has been providing services primarily to defense lawyers for over 3 decades. He does other normal evaluations of blood alcohol status and effects of some meds and other conditions which may have an impact on absorption and/ or metabolism. Call him and request an evaluation form.

CHEMICAL TECHNOLODY: Dr. Schenk has a broad knowledge of chemistry and chemical technology. As a result he is likely to be able to help in understanding and explaining a wide range of chemical issues.
Information:  
Alcohol and Drug Abuse,  Chemistry,  Drunk Driving,  DUI and OWI,  Intoxication, 


INTOXIMETER DEFECT: The intoxilyzer EC/IR has two switches which permit one to test a gaseous sample. The one is the switch to set the zero balance; the second is to test for any reactive substance in a sample. If one wants to be sure to get a 0.00 reading, one uses the zero balance switch. For example if one wants to portray hydrogen gas in an air sample as being un-reactive, one would press the zero balance switch. I became aware of this reality when a subject’s breath recorded a 0.00%. Shortly thereafter , the breath was tested again; and showed an illegal amount of alcohol present in the breath sample. The tester obviously had hit the wrong switch

Hydrogen in the breath is unlikely to be as much as 250 ppm of hydrogen in a human breath and this would evidently add not more than a 0.10% reading on the instrument. More common would be about 60 ppm of hydrogen in the breath. Consumption of food between one and ten hours before being tested is when the hydrogen content of the breath is likely to be higher than usual. Reporting on this in a trial may end up being a whistle blower case, so other may be some risk in exposing the unreliability of the instrument. One the other hand prosecutors may just cancel the case.

OTHER DUI CONCERNS: Dr. Schenk has been providing services primarily to defense lawyers for over 3 decades. He does other normal evaluations of blood alcohol status and effects of some meds and other conditions which may have an impact on absorption and/ or metabolism. Call him and request an evaluation form.

CHEMICAL TECHNOLODY: Dr. Schenk has a broad knowledge of chemistry and chemical technology. As a result he is likely to be able to help in understanding and explaining a wide range of chemical issues.

Psychoeducational Consultants
Providence, Rhode Island
166 Valley Street Bldg 6M #103, 02909


Contact:  Dr. Steve C. Imber
www.dr-imber.com
401-421-4004 Or Toll Free
scimber1@aol.com
166 Valley Street Bldg 6M #103
Providence, Rhode Island 02909

Contact:  Dr. Steve C. Imber
www.dr-imber.com
401-421-4004
scimber1@aol.com
Now practicing in the five boroughs of NYC, Nassau and Suffolk Counties as well as Long Island. My cell number which is 516-273-1961.
Steve C. Imber, Ph.D. Since 1973, Dr. Imber has continued to serve as a Professor of Special Education as well as an advocate, consultant to parents and schools independent educational evaluator and as an expert witness. His testimony has been given in federal court, special education hearings, and in superior court for matters of criminal defense. He has also testified in matters pertaining to Family Court on behalf of children or adolescents with special needs. Dr. Imber has worked on cases with children, adolescents and adults with a broad array of disabilities. Dr. Imber has also testified as an expert on matters concerning custody and parental termination of rights. He has been involved in cases from the following states: Alaska, Arizona, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington and West Virginia. Dr. Imber has been a presenter at many regional and national conferences. He has published numerous articles various issues pertaining to learning and emotional treatment of students with disabilities. He has special expertise with regard to federal and state regulations on special education including independent educational evaluations, Office of Special Education Program policy opinions and case law on independent educational evaluations. Dr. Imber earned an undergraduate degree in Psychology with honors from the State University of New York at Buffalo. He was involved in doctoral studies in Clinical Psychology at the University of Connecticut. He earned a Master's degree from the Department of Educational Psychology with a focus on Learning Disabilities at The University of Connecticut. He completed his doctoral degree from the Department of Educational Psychology with a focus on Emotional and Behavior Disorders at the University of Connecticut. Dr. Imber has served as an expert in cases involving children and adolescents with disabilities including autism (Asperger’s Syndrome), ADHD, Behavioral and Emotional Disorders, Intellectual Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Traumatic Brain Injury and Visual Impairment.
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Consultants,  DUI and OWI,  Education and Schools,  Family Law,  Juvenile,  Personal Injury,  School,  Trial Preparation, 


Now practicing in the five boroughs of NYC, Nassau and Suffolk Counties as well as Long Island. My cell number which is 516-273-1961.
Steve C. Imber, Ph.D. Since 1973, Dr. Imber has continued to serve as a Professor of Special Education as well as an advocate, consultant to parents and schools independent educational evaluator and as an expert witness. His testimony has been given in federal court, special education hearings, and in superior court for matters of criminal defense. He has also testified in matters pertaining to Family Court on behalf of children or adolescents with special needs. Dr. Imber has worked on cases with children, adolescents and adults with a broad array of disabilities. Dr. Imber has also testified as an expert on matters concerning custody and parental termination of rights. He has been involved in cases from the following states: Alaska, Arizona, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington and West Virginia. Dr. Imber has been a presenter at many regional and national conferences. He has published numerous articles various issues pertaining to learning and emotional treatment of students with disabilities. He has special expertise with regard to federal and state regulations on special education including independent educational evaluations, Office of Special Education Program policy opinions and case law on independent educational evaluations. Dr. Imber earned an undergraduate degree in Psychology with honors from the State University of New York at Buffalo. He was involved in doctoral studies in Clinical Psychology at the University of Connecticut. He earned a Master's degree from the Department of Educational Psychology with a focus on Learning Disabilities at The University of Connecticut. He completed his doctoral degree from the Department of Educational Psychology with a focus on Emotional and Behavior Disorders at the University of Connecticut. Dr. Imber has served as an expert in cases involving children and adolescents with disabilities including autism (Asperger’s Syndrome), ADHD, Behavioral and Emotional Disorders, Intellectual Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Traumatic Brain Injury and Visual Impairment.

Ted Simon LLC
Winston, Georgia
4184 Johnston Road, 30187


Contact:  Ted Simon
http://www.tedsimon-toxicology.com/
770-359-9807 Or Toll Free
ted@tedsimon-toxicology.com
4184 Johnston Road
Winston, Georgia 30187

Contact:  Ted Simon
http://www.tedsimon-toxicology.com/
770-359-9807
ted@tedsimon-toxicology.com

Ted W. Simon's CV

 

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Award winning toxicologist and scientist. 10+ years’ experience as a toxicologist employed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Served as EPA’s senior toxicologist in the waste management division working on risk and soil cleanup. Expertise in toxicology, risk assessment, mathematical modeling, statistics, neuroscience, and environmental/ecological health issues. Extensive national and international public speaking experience. 15+ years teaching experience. Well published, including author of textbook on toxicology and environmental risk assessment. Experienced expert witness on issues including environmental risk, drug and alcohol cases, DUI, accidental poisoning, and intellectual property. 10+ years consulting experience. Special interest and expertise in dioxin-like chemicals and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs).
Information:  
DUI and OWI,  Environmental,  Pharmaceuticals,  Toxicology, 


Ted W. Simon's CV

 

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Award winning toxicologist and scientist. 10+ years’ experience as a toxicologist employed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Served as EPA’s senior toxicologist in the waste management division working on risk and soil cleanup. Expertise in toxicology, risk assessment, mathematical modeling, statistics, neuroscience, and environmental/ecological health issues. Extensive national and international public speaking experience. 15+ years teaching experience. Well published, including author of textbook on toxicology and environmental risk assessment. Experienced expert witness on issues including environmental risk, drug and alcohol cases, DUI, accidental poisoning, and intellectual property. 10+ years consulting experience. Special interest and expertise in dioxin-like chemicals and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs).