The principal difference between the models is the degree of automation incorporated into the instrument. The Model 900, being the earliest Breathalyzer machine, is the least automated, and the Model 1000 is the most automated. Automation, of course, reduces the functions of the instrument operator and thereby reduces the risk of operator error and manipulation. The detrimental aspects of automation are that the electronic gear necessary for automation renders an instrument more vulnerable to radio frequency interference, and automation tends to produce operators who are less likely to understand how an instrument functions and less able to detect malfunctions.An experienced DUI attorney will be familiar with all possible Breathalyzer defenses and how to best utilize them for ease case to fight for your legal rights. If you were arrested for DUI-DWI and took a breath test, contact a dedicated DUI trial attorney today for a free case obligation.
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