Breathalyser

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Breathalyser

a device for estimating the amount of alcohol in the breath: used in testing people suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol. See DRINK DRIVING.
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CDOT is partnering with BACtrack, a leading personal breathalyzer company, to launch the campaign statewide.
Recent testing with the Cannabix Marijuana Breathalyzer Beta 2.0 prototype device with human subjects after smoking THC cigarettes demonstrated the successful identification of THC in relation to the subjects background matrix in real-time.
When it comes to alcohol breathalyzers, NIST helps ensure accurate results by manufacturing ampules of ethyl alcohol mixed to extremely precise concentrations.
Cannabix Technologies has been diligently working on our Cannabix Marijuana Breathalyzer for approximately two years and we are excited to be at the advanced stage and preparing a device for law enforcement and employers to begin testing.
Alcohol impaired driving is enforced with sophisticated breathalyzers that collect evidence of impairment and criminal charges have a high likelihood of resulting in conviction.
Nobody should feel out of place in any situation when using a personal breathalyzer to check their BAC level, said Keith Nothacker, founder and CEO of BACtrack.
Based on the amended law, drivers and motorcyclists who do not stop at a checkpoint or refuse to take a breathalyzer test risk a fine of NT$180,000, double the previously-enacted NT$90,000 fine.
And assuming that breathalyzer units are available, does the city have a pool of trained policemen or traffic auxiliaries who will primarily be tasked to do road accident investigations and in the process use the equipment that determines the alcohol level in the driver's body?.
Meanwhile, a preliminary breathalyzer test that he was forced to take found he had 189 milligrams of alcohol per 100 milliliters of blood in his system, which was almost 10 times the allowed alcohol limit for pilots in the United Kingdom 6 20 milligrams.
Where defendant was initially detained for leaving the scene of an accident, when he subsequently made incriminating statements, failed field sobriety tests, and refused a breathalyzer, police had probable cause to arrest for DUI and demand compliance with the Implied Consent Law.
During remediation programs, users have IIDs installed in their cars, and the devices ensure that the driver successfully passes a breathalyzer test before allowing the car to start.
When officers stopped the cyclist, a 56-year-old man, they detected a strong smell of alcohol so they decided to administer a breathalyzer test.