The transcripts of the Grand Jury testimonies about the shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.

Yes, that's how the drugs affects the body is a medical knowledge, not a toxicologist. And the reason I'm a forensic pathologist, certainly in New York get qualified to talk about that is because the judge decides hey, you're an expert in finding that it is a .02 or .5 or .3 alcohol, but we're going to have the doctor interpret what that means.

And I think a pharmacologist is a little different, a pharmacologist gets more into the affects of the body, but toxicologists are trained in chemistry. And the smart ones get to know about the affects on the body, but not from training, that's just from common sense, as I'm talking from common sense.

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