Court questions DUI testing device

The Vermont Health Department is being accused of withholding evidence that could establish the innocence of DWI suspects.
At issue is the Datamaster:
the high-tech machine that police use to document the blood-alcohol levels of DWI suspects.
For 14 years police in Vermont and many other states have documented the blood-alcohol levels of DWI suspects using this high-tech machine called a Datamaster. Read the article

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