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Commonwealth replaces Intoxilyzer machines (access required)

The Intoxilyzer finally is retired. The last state-owned “Intoxilyzer 5000” machines, used by police to perform breath tests on suspected drunken drivers, have been taken out of service, according to a spokesman for the state Department of Forensic Science. DUI defense lawyers often criticized the reliability of the 12-year-old Intoxilyzer instruments and recently won court permission to ...

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