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SQL is not Short Circuit in join clause

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Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I have a SQL statement that needs to short-circuit in a join clause, but the short circuit is not happening, which is not acceptable for the type of query I am building.
The query bellow illustrates the issue:

select * from Table1 join Table2 on Table1.CusName = 'NEVER' and 1/0 = 0

Where there are no records with CusName = 'NEVER'
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