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Section 320 Conditions Precedent and the 8000C - Free Video Previews

What this Course is About:

This is a Private Course for Canadian criminal defence lawyers only. Contact Stephen Biss at 905-273-3322 for more information.

Free Preview of Introduction Section "Need to Know Sections in the Intoxilyzer 8000C Training Aid":

If you are going to litigate Ontario DUI defence law, then you need to become familiar with the current and previous versions of the Intoxilyzer 8000C and 5000C Training Aids published by the Centre of Forensic Sciences in Toronto. See also my Udemy course  "How Do I Fight a DUI Charge? Attorneys and Lawyers in Canada" which includes lectures on cross-examination of the solution change officer.

The Intoxilyzer 8000C Training Aid versions (00:32)

Going back to the 5000C Training Aid re maintenance log (02:06)

Symbols Page (02:44)

Responsibilities of the QT (03:07)

Recommendations v. Standard Operating Procedures (04:03)

When Does the Alcohol Standard Need to Be Changed (05:45)

Configuring the Alcohol Standard (08:37)

Procedure for Subject Breath Test (10:18)

Keyboard Functions (12:52)

Exception Messages (14:27)

This is a Private Course for Canadian criminal defence lawyers only. Contact Stephen Biss at 905-273-3322 for more information.

Free Preview of Introduction Section "Why Do Lawyers Need to Study the Process of Breath Tests?":

You will learn the many reasons why lawyers need to study Intoxilyzer processes. Reasons include being able to answer the questions of judges and distinguishing case law. Reasons also include being able to conduct good cross-examinations. Topics discussed include:

The Process of Air Blanks

The Process of System Calibration Checks (if they exist)

The impact of the loss of the defence of evidence to the contrary (01:24)

The two new conditions precedent (02:45)

A Functioning Air Blank (04:26)

Threshold Values (06:24)

Proper Process for Conducting Air Blanks (08:14)

Disclosure Required by Statute (09:51)

Does a system calibration check exist? (11:18)

Wet-bath alcohol standard (13:20) (See also the Wet-bath course)

Other threshold values such as RFI and interferents (13:50)

Learning about infrared measurement (14:51)

Linearity (15:12)

Continuity (17:51)

Bizarre methods to ascertain identity of the alcohol standard (18:52)

Alcohol Standard Changes in a Busy Jurisdiction (19:04)

Documentation of alcohol standard Changes (19:24)

This is a Private Course for Canadian criminal defence lawyers only. Contact Stephen Biss at 905-273-3322 for more information.