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Hubbard County jail administrator Sherri Klasen demonstrates how the Intoxilyzer works, fitting a sterile mouthpiece into the blower. The machine, due to legal challenges, has been taken out of service. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)

Intoxilyzer no longer an option in Hubbard County

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Hubbard County law enforcement agencies have once again been asked to stop using the Intoxilyzer machine to breath test suspected drunken drivers.

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That's because defense attorneys continue to demand access to the instrument's source code, which explains how the machine is programmed.

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Sarah Smith
Sarah Smith is the outdoors editor. She covers courts, business and breaking news in addition to outdoors events.
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