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Dayton DUI Attorney Charles Rowland > Posts tagged "breath test" (Page 10)

Mastering Scientific Evidence in DUI

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="180" caption="Image via Wikipedia"][/caption]Today, I am leaving for the 16th annual "Mastering Scientific Evidence in DUI/DWI Cases" which takes place in beautiful New Orleans, Louisiana.  This three-day seminar will cover topics such as GERD: How it causes false positive results; Disconnect Defenses; Source Code updates; Ignition Interlock devices and the Rising Alcohol Defense.  The seminar will culminate with a mock trial of a breath test case.  If you have any questions for me please call my 24-hour number at 937-776-2671 and I will get back to you. ...

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Ohio Senate Re-thinks Inotxilyzer 8000 No-Bid Contract

COLUMBUS -- A state senator who sits on a board that this week approved without comment spending $6.4 million for new drunken driving testing machines now says he wants the purchase to be reconsidered.Sen. John Carey, a Jackson County Republican, is concerned the Ohio Controlling Board acted too hastily after he learned from reports in The Plain Dealer this week that several states have dismissed or delayed thousands of drunken driving cases because of questions about the accuracy of the Intoxilyzer 8000.Carey also said he is concerned about lawsuits against the company that...

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Ohio to Purchase Intoxilyzer 8000

COLUMBUS -- State officials on Monday agreed to spend $6.4 million on a controversial brand of portable breathalyzer machines that have resulted in hundreds of drunken driving cases across the country being dropped.In fact, the president of the company that makes the Intoxilyzer 8000, faces a contempt hearing next week in Arizona for not complying with a judges order to reveal the machines software to prove whether it produces reliable blood-alcohol readings.The company, CMI Inc. of Owensboro, Ky., has racked up more than $2 million in fines -- and counting -- in Florida...

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