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Intoxilyzer 5000 Breath Tests, Challenging The Source Code
In Minnesota, successful prosecution of a DWI or DUI case normally is dependent on the ability of the state prosecutor to prove the defendant in question failed the blood alcohol concentration test. Since the Intoxilyzer was introduced in Minnesota, defendants have sought court orders to inspect the computer or source code in the state’s breath test.
Despite the software needing at least 6 different revisions (and many people having their revoked licenses reinstated) the State of Minnesota had not analyzed the software source code. The State of Minnesota has claimed they cannot analyze the software source code to provide validity of the breath test because the manufacturer of the Intoxilyzer 5000 breath test machine will not release the source code due to trade secrets. The State has sued the manufacturer in federal courts since.
In a May 2009 ruling between the State of Minnesota v. Timothy Arlen Brunner, defendants accused of testing at or above 0.08 on an Intoxilyzer 5000 breath test machine may motion for discovery of the machines source code to challenge a DWI charge.
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Especially during tough economic times, facing this financial wreck is something you do not want to alone at , or with a fresh out of law school attorney. You need serious representation from a criminal defense lawyer with years of experience under their belt and countless victories.
Criminal Defense Lawyer Kevin DeVore has been designated as a ‘Super Lawyer’ for the past 6 years in a row. This recognition is given to only 5% of the lawyers in the State of Minnesota. Kevin DeVore has been featured for his victories in the Star Tribune, Pioneer Press, and Law & Politics Magazine.
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DeVore Law Office has a proven track record of helping clients make the best of difficult situations. Even when evidence seems overwhelming, our law firm has consistently been able to negotiate a favorable result.
If you are facing DWI charges, we can help provide you with many of your unanswered questions and concerns. The sooner you contact Kevin DeVore the better. He will then be able to properly gather evidence and address concerns you have about your case. Contact Minnesota DWI Lawyer Kevin DeVore at (612) 836-9501 for a free case consultation.