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Commonwealth v. Camblin

Argue Date: Thursday September 7, 2017
*Summary:   Criminal; Operating under the Influence-- Whether test results from an Alcotest breathalyzer machine are admissible in a prosecution for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of intoxicating liquor.
Justices: Gants, C.J., Lenk, Gaziano, Budd, Cypher, JJ.
Appellant: Kirk P. Camblin
Counsel for Appellant: Andrew W. Cowan, Esquire , John Fennel, Esquire
Appellee: Commonwealth
Counsel for Appellee: Casey E. Silvia, A.D.A., Jamie Michael Charles, A.D.A. , James W. Sahakian, A.D.A.
Court Appealed From: Ayer District, MI
Lower Court Judge: Mark A. Sullivan, J.
Route to SJC: Direct Appellate Review
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