Alcotest Devices Fair Game Despite Software Flaws, N.J. Supreme Court Rules



Alcotest devices fair game despite software flaws, N.J. Supreme Court rules (via NJ.com)

Star-Ledger file photo TRENTON — Police officers in New Jersey can continue using Alcotest devices on drunken-driving suspects despite software flaws that have gone uncorrected for five years, the state Supreme Court ruled today. In a rare reversal…

 

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