Wayne MacKay looks at the legal implications of doctors passing on information about blood alcohol levels of people in car crashes

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Recently we spoke to Dr. Robert Green, the medical director of Trauma Nova Scotia. He told us ER doctors are seeing more cases of severe trauma, many of them seemingly related to alcohol. Green says some doctors wonder about passing along results to police, when they find elevated blood alcohol in toxicology tests from people involved in crashes. To look at that possibility, our legal columnist Wayne MacKay. He is a professor emeritus at Dalhousie's Schulich School of Law.

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