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Secretary of Public Safety Admits OAT Failed to Produce Documents

Posted by Erica M. Bruno | Aug 31, 2017 | 0 Comments

Today, the Secretary of Public Safety, Daniel Bennett, issued a letter recognizing that the Office of Alcohol Testing "failed to apprise fully the District Attorneys' Offices of the existence of certain documents relating to the testing of the Alcotest 9510..." This letter confirms the issues described in the motion filed by Attorney Bernard in Commonwealth v. Ananias, the statewide litigation case challenging the breathalyzer used in Massachusetts. Below are new sources reporting on this issue:

Boston Globe

Boston Herald




Lawyers Weekly

Channel 5 News Boston

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Erica M. Bruno

Erica M. Bruno is an associate attorney in the Law Offices of Joseph D. Bernard. She practices criminal law in district courts across the state.


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