Minnesota Intoxilyzer Source Code Update: Oral Arguments Held Before Supreme Court

Posted On December 01, 2011 by Charles Ramsay

While we're already preparing for future challenges to Minnesota's new breath testing device, the Datamaster DMT, today was a day where our focus was squarely on the outdated Intoxilyzer 5000EN (which is still being used throughout most of Minnesota).

The Source Code Coalition spent weeks preparing for today's argument, capping an effort that took years of complex litigation and countless hours of legal wrangling. Derek Patrin was selected to present the Coalition's arguments to the Supreme Court today, and we will post a link to the video of that argument once it is available.

In the meantime, the Supreme Court has taken the entire matter under advisement, and will be issuing its decision within the upcoming months.

You can view all of the briefs leading up today's argument here.

UPDATE: Click here to view the video of the arguments before the Supreme Court.