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February 2012 Archives

Florida Law Enforcement Boozes it up to Defend Breath Test Device

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) recently launched a "spirited" defense of the Intoxilyzer 8000 machine - the machine it uses to test the blood alcohol content of suspected drunk drivers. Since the Intoxilyzer was put into service in 2005, it has been a subject of ridicule and attack among defense attorneys in several Florida counties who have claimed that it is an inaccurate means of measuring blood alcohol content.

U.S. Supreme Court to Consider Florida "Dog Sniff" Case

A Florida criminal law case involving a drug-sniffing dog will go before the United States Supreme Court. The rights of criminal defendants are at stake in the matter, which will determine when the sensory skills of a canine may supersede a person's privacy expectations.

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