A Lawyer in Minnesota Challenges the Accuracy of D.W.I. Breath Tests

By TIMOTHY WILLIAMS, New York Times – August 19, 2011 For nearly five years, the accuracy of drunken driven tests administered with a breath testing device used by Minnesota law enforcement agencies has been in question. About 4,000 people in 69 Minnesota counties have challenged the results based on what they believe to be the device’s faulty readings of blood-alcohol levels. The state has maintained that the breath test results are accurate and that those found to have been driving with alcohol levels above the legal limit should be punished. This year, a judge ruled that [Full story at: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/20/us/20questions.html?ref=us ]

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A Lawyer in Minnesota Challenges the Accuracy of D.W.I. Breath Tests

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