Pennsylvania: Judge Throws Out Breath Machine EvidenceCounty judge in Pennsylvania rejects breath test machine as inaccurate beyond a certain range.
Jan. 09, 2013
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A judge in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania last week delivered a bombshell decision finding evidence provided by breath machines to be inaccurate outside a narrow range. After hearing extensive testimony from expert witnesses, the Court of Common Pleas judge found it was not appropriate for charges of "high rate" driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI) be established by providing a printout from a machine displaying a high number.