The battle continues...decision regarding Source Code disclosure to be made within 30 days.

Posted On June 23, 2009 by Charles Ramsay

Defense Attorney Charles Ramsay and others have been diligently fighting in hopes to obtain the source code for the Intoxilyer 5000EN, the breath test machine currently used in the state of Minnesota by law enforcement to test suspected drunken drivers. On Friday June 19th, 2009 Charles Ramsay, on behalf of Plantiffs-Intervenor and other defense attorneys, argued their position at a Motion Hearing regarding the Source Code Litigation before the Honorable Judge Frank.

As reported in the Star Tribune, Judge Frank will issue a decision in regards to a proposed federal settlement for Minnesota drivers to gain access ...This decision may end three years of litigation over the source code that runs the Intoxilyzer 5000EN.