I was arrested for DUI, and blow a 0.08. And I know that the calibration, as well as, the surrounding environment and elements can have an effect on the viability and accuracy of the test.
I agree with both attorneys who have responded to your question. I have traditionally requested the mentioned information directly from the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension breath testing division. I believe the cost is $10.00. Simply send a letter requesting history for 30 days prior and after your test. Also, ask for all maintenance records for the machine. It is helpful if you also include a copy of your actual test record. Just another way to get the information. Good luck.
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