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August 14, 2018


To obtain admissions that:

there exists an international legal measurement standard for evidential breath analyzers

the International Standard for Evidential Breath Analyzers is OIML R126

that OIML R126 is the international standard referred to by Brian Hodgson in...

January 31, 2018

Purpose: To obtain an acknowledgement from a CFS scientist that even though he would exclude data outside  (Maximum Permissible Error) 90 to 110 in calculating precision, at least one police service in Ontario is using data outside 90 to 110 in calculations of precisio...

January 30, 2018


To challenge the opinion that data outside  maximum permissible error (outside +/- 10 mg%) should be excluded from any calculation of precision.

The cross-examiner should have called evidence in reply from a statistician or other expert in outliers.

January 16, 2018


To identify that the international standard for MPE for instruments in service, 6 mg% at target 100 is much tighter than 10 mg%.

To identify that the international standard for MPE for instruments after repair is tighter than instruments in service.

To raise the...

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