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Minnesota Court of Appeals says DUI defendant failed to prove that the Intoxilyzer 500EN's source code would "relate to his guilt or innocence."
A Minnesota appeals court rejects a request to review the source code used in the Intoxilyzer 5000EN, saying the defendant offered only "speculation" that the programming instructions are relevant to the case.
Minnesota officials haven't met a court-imposed deadline for turning over the source code to a breath-test device, which could lead to dropped DUI charges.
Innovation in the App Store has been rampant, but worthwhile development in third-party devices (save a few battery backups/boosters) has been sparse. iBreath, a Breathalyzer and FM Transmitter for the iPod (and unofficially for the iPhone), is a new and