Posts Tagged: i9000

I-9000 Breathalyzer Controversy – Part IV

Over the past few weeks, I have been closely following the I-9000 controversy in the State of Colorado. To read more on the background of this controversy, which is currently going through a hearing in Gilpin County, click HERE. To recap: Several years ago, the Department of Health passed regulations to replace old breathalyzer machines… Read more »

I-9000 Breathalyzer Controversy – Part III

Over the last few weeks, I’ve been following the Colorado controversy regarding the Intoxilyzer-9000, a breath test machine (breathalyzer) used by the Colorado authorities to determine intoxication. Read more on the history of this case by clicking HERE. On April 19th the hearing proceeded in Gilpin County, Colorado. The state put on witnesses in an… Read more »

I-9000 Breathalyzer Controversy – Part II

In my last post, I introduced the I-9000 Breathalyzer controversy (read it HERE). Essentially, it appears that the breath test machine that the State of Colorado uses to currently test for DUI alcohol was fraudulently certified. This could potentially affect many DUI alcohol cases and have serious repercussions for many people. This week, let’s take… Read more »

I-9000 Breathalyzer Controversy – Part I

As of publication of this blog article, there is a big controversy going on in the State of Colorado over the I-9000 Breathalyzer (the breath machine police use to determine whether someone is under the influence of alcohol). Here’s everything you need to know about what’s currently happening in this case and how it might… Read more »