Warning: Whether the screening device or evidentiary breath testing instrument is reliable or unreliable, it is still a criminal offence in Canada and some other jurisdictions to refuse a proper demand by a police officer to provide a breath sample. 

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Title: Toronto Lawyer Stephen Biss Explains Effects of RFI from Cell Phones

Instrument: Intoxilyzer 5000 64 series CA model

Mississauga Toronto Ontario lawyer Stephen R. Biss speaks about the effect of cell phones on the reliability of the evidentiary breath instruments used in Ontario Canada. Radio frequency interference from a transmitting Nokia 3500 cell phone causes an apparent blood alcohol concentration beyond 700 mg/100mls on an Intoxilyzer 5000 64 series product number 564 CA model similar to the Intoxilyzer 5000C used by police in Ontario Canada.

Toronto DUI Lawyer Explains RFI Effects of Mobile Phones on Intoxilyzer 5000C

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Submitted: 26/07/2009 3:16:30 PM

Last Updated: 20090726151944

 

 

Warning: Whether the screening device or evidentiary breath testing instrument is reliable or unreliable, it is still a criminal offence in Canada and some other jurisdictions to refuse a proper demand by a police officer to provide a breath sample.