This should all be on video. Have your attorney review the Datamaster room video and file a motion to suppress.
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Whether the breathalyzer results ultimately come in during a trial is uncertain. The issue would be decided by the Judge in a pre-trial hearing, outside the presence of the jury.
Anytime your are dealing with admission of evidence in a criminal court you are getting into a very technical legal area regardless of the state. While some cases are certainly cut and dry these types of issues generally require consultation with a knowledgeable attorney because the admission of evidence always deals with a vast amount of prior case law and other issues.
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