Reed said the case is being appealed, but as a precaution police will stop using the devices. Instead, he says, suspects will be taken to a police facility
or hospital for a blood-alcohol test.

Even during DUI checkpoints, he said, a phlebotomist is always on hand so officers aren’t running offenders back and forth to the hospital.

Daily Record/Sunday News Updated:   02/03/2013 05:51:22 PM