Defense Attorneys Point Out Breath Test Flaws

Would you trust a machine that is banned in other states for unreliability to test your blood-alcohol content?

The state of Ohio does.

In 2011, Licking County law enforcement agencies started using the Intoxilyzer 8000, a breath-alcohol testing machine manufactured by CMI Inc. in Owensburg, Ky., Newark Law Director Doug Sassen said. Most used it along with the BAC Datamaster, its predecessor manufactured by National Patent Analytical Services in Mansfield.

Read the full article from the Newark Advocate