War of DWI Breath Test Machine Software Rages

Posted On November 02, 2008 by Charles Ramsay

Minnesota's breath test machine's software is broken. Roseville attorney Chuck Ramsay has exposed bugs in the source code, and is fighting for the right to have experts independently examine the software. The state of Minnesota and CMI, the breath test manufacturer, are fighting to keep it a secret.

Last week Fox9 ran a news story of the Intoxilyzer source code battle.

Last week the Minnesota Commissioner of Public Safety, CMI -- the Intoxilyzer manufacturer, and my firm filed more documents in federal court.

CMI and the Minnesota Attorney General are asking a federal judge to issue a permanent injunction to keep drivers' experts from independently reviewing the Intoxilyzer software.

What are they afraid of?

Look for the federal source code lawsuit documents for reading and download on my website by the end of the week.