Florida Supreme Court says DUI drivers can't have Intoxilyzer documents
Defendants hoped to prove software inaccurate
The Florida Supreme Court ruled against three suspected drunken drivers who were hoping to examine software used by a breath testing machine to defend themselves.
The decision on Thursday means that Kentucky-based CMI Inc. won't have to turn over software for its Intoxilyzer 8000.
The justices ruled that the defendants couldn't subpoena documents from an out-of-state, non-party witness.
The defendants wanted to analyze the software in hopes of proving it inaccurate.
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