Judge Throws Out Minnesota Intoxilyzer Settlement

A federal judge ordered that a settlement reached between CMI, the maker of the Intoxilyzer, and the state of Minnesota be turned aside. The breath test equipment is used to establish blood alcohol content in Minnesota DWI cases. Drunk driving defense lawyers have argued for access to the source code of the equipment to ensure that any charges filed against their clients are accurate. No one outside of the manufacturer, including the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, knows how the program works, so there is no way to independently ensure correct results. It has also been revealed that CMI has changed the source code without the state

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