August 5, 2012 | Breath Tests
The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) cannot prove in court that they maintain 3 years of records on the Intoxilyzer 8000 and 3 years of subject test results. The ODH manipulated the storage and public display of evidence on the website in ongoing criminal cases.
They claim this was done to avoid confusion, but some judges agree with the defense that it only caused more confusion. They didn’t even keep a copy to produce to defendants if ordered to by the judge, and that’s where the problem is.
They are subsequently unable to produce 3 years of records of data that was reported from the machine like: breath volume, sample attempts, breath duration, tank pressure, atmospheric pressure, etc. These were all things OVI lawyers in Ohio were using to defend DUI cases.
Judge’s are using errors in the machine that go unexplained by the prosecutors, police, and ODH representatives to suppress breath test results from being used at trial in DUI cases.
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