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September 28, 2018

What is the purpose in Stinchcombe/McNeil disclosure or O'Connor production of maintenance records and historical data?

Government scientists are right in saying that there is no causal relationship between the historical data and the results of a subsequent subject tes...

May 16, 2018

Purpose:

To confirm that when new instruments are being evaluated, various solutions are used between 50 and 400 mg/100mls.

To confirm that when new instruments are being evaluated, the specified accuracy requirement is  +/- 5 percent of the BAC with a precision requirem...

April 20, 2018

Purpose:

To establish that if there is an indication in the maintenance records that the instrument was taken out of service for consistently low checks, it is necessary to obtain disclosure or production of the contemporaneous documentation by the inspector, who made t...

April 5, 2018

Purpose:

To explain to the Court, the differences between ABA (Esc Esc B) and ACA (Esc Esc C) sequences

To confirm that ABA sequences are not recorded in COBRA data but ACA sequences are recorded in COBRA data.

To explain to the Court why the calibration checks at 40 or 5...

April 4, 2018

Purpose:

To obtain an admission from the government scientist that a review of the documents from 3 annual  inspections reveals a trend such that indications in the lower portion of the measuring interval are reading low and indications in the upper portion of the measu...

March 29, 2018

Purpose:

To obtain an admission from the CFS scientist that the disclosed annual maintenance records indicate that the police failed to take any steps to correct control tests on inspection that indicated the instrument's response had shifted well beyond not only a 3 mg...

March 28, 2018

Purpose:

To demonstrate that when the particular instrument was first placed into service, the tolerance verified by the independent authorized service centre for each of three test values was +/- 3 mmg/100mls.

To demonstrate that the initial verification matched the man...

March 25, 2018

Purpose:

To introduce the concept of "calibration interval" in the international literature.

March 24, 2018

Purpose:

To explain the function of internal standards, the ITP, internal test procedure to the Court.

To obtain an admission that the ITP system needs annual or periodic maintenance, just like the optical bench, so that the instrument can continue to function in accorda...

February 25, 2018

Purpose:

To educate the Court as to the "why" of the unreliability of an approved instrument to measure across the measuring interval if it has not been recently calibrated, inspected, maintained, re-calibrated.

It seems strange to think that a modern "approved instrumen...

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