"Appellant Chad Reding was arrested for driving while
under the influence in violation of Minn. Stat. § 169.123 (1994). Reding appeals, arguing that the Intoxilyzer test results were invalid because the tests were administered more than two hours after the accident and because he had consumed alcohol after the accident, but before the tests.
Reding has failed to show that the Intoxilyzer test results were invalid. Affirmed."
DWI E-Z Guide
(August 1, 2005) (Minnesota Department of Public Safety and the National Highway Traffic Safety Department.)
The Minnesota County Attorneys Association calls this "quick reference guide for the enforcement of Minnesota DWI and related statutes." 2 pages.
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