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The Power of Prop. 36   
Proposition 36, the Substance Abuse and Crime Prevention Act of 2000, requires that eligible persons convicted of nonviolent drug possession offenses be sentenced to probation and narcotics treatment instead of incarceration.
(Special Credit -- Addressing Substance Abuse/Mental/Physical Health Issues)
Trends in Employee Drug Testing   
Although some uncertainties remain, state law controlling drug testing is more predictable than ever. Here's a look at the emerging legalities of workplace-testing policies.
(Special Credit -- Addressing Substance Abuse/Mental/Physical Health Issues)
Curing the Ills of Work-Related Stress   
If the practice of law feels stressful to you, that’s because it is—and studies bear that out. A look at the high toll of stress on the job and what you can do about it.
(Special Credit -- Addressing Substance Abuse/Mental/Physical Health Issues)
The Maelstrom Over Medical Marijuana   
Though patients extol its virtues, we seem to be no closer to a legal compromise on medical marijuana.
(Special Credit -- Addressing Substance Abuse/Mental/Physical Health Issues)
California's Drug Initiative   
A new California statute mandates that defendants convicted of nonviolent drug possession offenses be sentenced to probation and treatment instead of incarceration. But the juries are still out on how and when to apply it.
(Special Credit -- Addressing Substance Abuse/Mental/Physical Health Issues)
Drug Test Results   
Issues surrounding drug use and abuse arise for clients in almost all fields of legal practice: criminal law, family law, insurance law, employment law, personal injury, workers compensation-even lawyer discipline.
(Special Credit -- Addressing Substance Abuse/Mental/Physical Health Issues)
Help for Addicted Attorneys   
How and where substance- abusing or emotionally distressed attorneys can get help.
(Special Credit -- Addressing Substance Abuse/Mental/Physical Health Issues)