The New York Times just published an investigative report into breath testing on Sunday, November 3, 2019. It is great to see attention focused on the role of breath testing in our criminal justice system. This is an issue that has been a concern of mine for years.

As the Times piece stated, there are millions of breath tests used in court to seek convictions and yet the basics of breath testing are largely veiled in secrecy by big corporations and state laboratories that are unwilling to reveal the computer codes, programming or to permit independent testing.

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