Written by attorney William C. Head

Intoxilyzer 5000 can give False, Positive Readings on the Device wth NO ALCOHOL in the Test Subject

Mr. Head explains how RFI (radio frequency interference) from cell phones and PDA devices cannot be properly detected and flagged by the Intoxilyzer 5000 device.

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The Georgia Intoxilyzer 5000 was invented in 1982 and cell phone or PDA rays actually create positive false readings. If you took a BAC test from one of these machines and feel that this may have been an issue, give DUI lawyer William C. Head a call right away. His legal team can stand up for you in court, so be sure to come in for a free DUI case evaluation.

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