Better Science Against Drunk Driving?

Police nationwide are now banned from using manually-recorded breathalyzer machines after regulators cited possible “human error.” Federal records show the instruments were used by at least two police forces as recently as this past July. The Supreme Court has noted unreliable readings due to equipment malfunction or police error “is not merely speculative, but is very real.”

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