SOURCE CODE UPDATE: ATTORNEY GENERAL FILES MOTIONS IN SUPREME COURT TO CONSOLODATE ALL IMPLIED CONSENT CASES IN THE STATE INVOLVING 5000EN SOURCE CODE CHALLENGES TO A SINGLE JUDGE OR PANEL OF JUDGES

On November 24th, 2009 the Minnesota Attorney General's Office filed a Memorandum in Support of Motion of Minnesota Commissioner of Public Safety for Asignment of Implied Consent Cases to a Single Judge or Panel of Judges in the Supreme Court of the State of Minnesota. Read More

Posted on November 25, 2009 by Charles Ramsay

Police Officers' Stop of Driver Must Be Constitutional

Our constitution protects us against unreasonable police seizures. Read More

Posted on November 23, 2009 by Charles Ramsay

Source Code Update: Chisago County Consolidates Source Code Cases

The Chisago County Court Administrator's office notified my office today that it was consolidating the county's source code cases into one hearing. Read More

Posted on November 20, 2009 by Charles Ramsay

Minnesota's Ignition Interlock Program

On July 1, 2009, Minnesota implemented a statewide pilot Ignition Interlock program. Read More

Posted on November 20, 2009 by Charles Ramsay

Ignition Interlock Eligibility Table

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Posted on November 20, 2009 by Charles Ramsay

Pennsylvania Hospitals Stop Unscientific Blood Testing Procedures

I have been following a breaking news story out of Pennsylvania. Read More

Posted on November 13, 2009 by Charles Ramsay

IS YOUR LAWYER A MEMBER OF THE MINNESOTA DWI BREATH TEST COALITION??

As was previously reported in a previous blog on 10. Read More

Posted on November 13, 2009 by Charles Ramsay

Drunk Driving and Child Endangerment Charges....

Recently, a headline from various Minnesota publications - Drunken Mother Led Chase, Her Two Kids in Tow â?? captured my attention. Read More

Posted on November 12, 2009 by Charles Ramsay

Judge Agrees to Set Hearing on DWI Test Device - Issue is reliability of the Intoxilyzer

As reported in the Pioneer Press yesterday, November 4th, 2009, Minnesota's First Judicial District held a hearing, conducted by the Honorable Judge Abrams, to set an agenda to discuss factors in the on-going Source Code dispute. Read More

Posted on November 05, 2009 by Charles Ramsay

Minnesota Source Code Coalition Names Lead Counsel

Chuck Ramsay, Jeff Sheridan and Marsh Halberg have been named as lead counsel for the Minnesota Source Code Coalition. Read More

Posted on November 05, 2009 by Charles Ramsay

The Crime, Science and Information Show with Christine Funk - featuring Mr. Charles Ramsay

Earlier this month, fellow criminal defense lawyer, Ms. Christine Funk interviewed Mr. Charles Ramsay for a segment of her online show, The Crime, Science and Information Show, that provides answers to various questions regarding workings of the law, the judicial system and the principles of forensic science. Read More

Posted on October 28, 2009 by Charles Ramsay

Mass Source Code Scheduling Conference for Implied Consent and Criminal Matters Set by the First Judicial District Court of Minnesota

On October 21, 2009 an order issued by the Honorable Jerome Abrams was filed by the First Judicial District which sets an agenda for a scheduling conference on November 4, 2009 to discuss factors in the on-going Source Code dispute. Read More

Posted on October 22, 2009 by Charles Ramsay

New Study: Latest Version of Intoxilyzer Doesn't Work Properly

Dr. Alfred Staubus, a nationally renowned forensic scientist from Ohio reports the new issue of the Journal of Analytical Toxicology (Volume 33, No. 8, October 2009) has an interesting article about the Intoxilyzer 8000. The 8000 is a DWI breath test machine (some say breathalyzer) and successor to Read More

Posted on October 22, 2009 by Charles Ramsay

Minnesota DWI Source Code Update: Anoka County to Hold Mass Hearing on Breath Test

Anoka County became the latest county in the state of Minnesota to consolidate its breath test cases involving the battle over its source code. Read More

Posted on October 21, 2009 by Charles Ramsay

DWI Urine Testing - Inconsistent Rulings by Minnesota Courts

Since at least as early as 1952, Minnesota's courts have held scientific techniques to a high standard before they could be admitted in a court case. Read More

Posted on October 20, 2009 by Charles Ramsay

UPDATED - Source Code Review Process - See who is involved!

As was previously reported in a previous blog (Source Code Review Process - See who's getting involved!) - As of October 16th, 98 Private Attorneys have each donated $1,000 to MSCJ's source code review process. Read More

Posted on October 20, 2009 by Charles Ramsay

New Jersey Breath Test Battle: Chun Test Thrown out

New Jersey Attorney, Evan Levow, reported that today a judge threw out the 0. Read More

Posted on October 02, 2009 by Charles Ramsay

Intoxilyzer Maker Refuses to Follow DWI Source Code Settlement

CMI Provides Incomplete Source Code

Last weekend members of the Minnesota Source Code Coalition met with our experts to plan our examination of the software in Kentucky at CMI Headquarters. Read More

Posted on September 29, 2009 by Charles Ramsay

Source Code Update - Source Code Coalition Announces Additional Expert

Over the weekend the Minnesota Society for Criminal Justice (MSCJ) â?? the organization leading the defense bar's source code coalition â?? has retained an additional expert to assist in examining the Intoxilyzer 5000 software. Read More

Posted on September 28, 2009 by Charles Ramsay

Roadside DWI Tests: What Do They Prove?

Nationally recognized DWI lawyer and one of the very best in Pennslyvania, Justin McShane, has posted to his blog a new article about Standardized Field Sobriety Tests (SFST). Read More

Posted on September 28, 2009 by Charles Ramsay
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