The inspection and calibration of the breathalyzers used to determine if drivers are drunk are nontestimonial, and defendants do not have a constitutional right to cross-examine the technicians who service them, the Court of Appeals ruled yesterday.
Breathalyzer Data Is Ruled Nontestimonial
New York Law Journal
February 20, 2013
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