Intoxilyzer 5000 Source Code Consolidation Order

Posted On January 12, 2010 by Charles Ramsay

The Minnesota Supreme Court issued an Order consolidating Minnesota's Intoxilyzer 5000 Source Code cases.

The Supreme Court assigned ALL cases to Judge Abrams. This does not apply to public defender cases.

Judge Abrams is an excellent choice. He has done very well organizing and planning the First Judicial District's source code consolidation. His case management order follows the federal court system's multi-district litigation rules.

Criminal defense attorneys should contact lead counsel Chuck Ramsay, Marsh Halberg or Jeff Sheridan for more information.

If you have been arrested and submitted to a breath test by the Intoxilyzer 5000, make sure your attorney is a member of the source code coalition. Otherwise, your rights may not be vindicated.