FASD & the Justice System

Alaska Comprehensive & Specialized Evaluation Services, FAS Evaluation.  Relationship of IQ to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. (2004). 

Boulding, D. (2001). Mistakes I have made with FAS clients. Presentation (location not specified). Coquitlam, B.C.  http://www.davidboulding.com/uploads/2/4/1/4/24146766/mistakes_i_have_made_with_fas_clients.pdf

Buxton, B. (2004). Damaged Angels: A Mother Discovers the Terrible Cost of Alcohol in Pregnancy. Toronto: Knopf.  http://books.google.ca/books?hl=en&lr=&id=NDleVopPiYkC&oi=fnd&pg=PR13&dq=++Damaged+Angels:+A+Mother+Discovers+the+Terrible+Cost+of+Alcohol+in+Pregnancy&ots=mwKDUj3ZAp&sig=KIwAT28XEiY3wxDrBwg8Wx_yQwM#v=onepage&q=Damaged%20Angels%3A%20A%20Mother%20Discovers%20the%20Terrible%20Cost%20of%20Alcohol%20in%20Pregnancy&f=false

Conry, J. and Fast, D. (2000). Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and the Criminal Justice System Vancouver: British Columbia Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Resource Society and Law Foundation of British Columbia.

FASD Strategies not Solutions. (2004). Region 6 Edmonton and Area Child and Youth with FASD Sub-Committee Available @  http://www.betterendings.org/strategies_not_solutions.pdf

Green, Justice Melvyn. (2006). A Judicial Perspective. Paper presented at the Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorders Symposium for Justice Professionals, Toronto, ON.

Kellerman, T. (2003) The ABCs of FASD.  Available @   http://www.come-over.to/FAS/brochures/ABCFASD.pdf

Moore, T. E., and Green, M. (2004). Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD): A Need for Closer Examination by the Criminal Justice System. Criminal Reports, 19 C.R. 6th: 99-108.  http://www.faslink.org/FASDCrimRep.pdf

Roach, K and Bailey, A. (2009) The Relevance of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in Canadian Criminal Law from Investigation to Sentencing. UBC Law Review 42:1.  https://www.researchgate.net/publication/228263950_The_Relevance_of_Fetal_Alcohol_Spectrum_Disorder_and_the_Criminal_Law_from_Investigation_to_Sentencing