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Ohio to give attorneys past data on DUI breath-testers

The Supreme Court ruled on Oct. 1 that DUI defendants are allowed to challenge the accuracy of their tests by obtaining data from previous results generated by the alcohol-test machine into which they blew.

Health officials had said it was a difficult technical and financial challenge to turn over years’ worth of computerized data about previous drivers’ test results and calibration tests from the oft-questioned testers.

Now, records provided in response to a request by The Dispatchshow that attorneys who since have issued subpoenas for test results are being told that “software is being created to access the requested records.”

Read more: http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2014/11/07/ohio-to-give-attorneys-past-data-on-dui-breath-testers.html

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