"Timothy Muldowny's lawyers decided on an unconventional
approach to fight his drunken driving case: They sought computer
programming information for the Intoxilyzer alcohol breath analysis
machine to see whether his test was accurate.
"Their strategy paid off.
"The company that makes the Intoxilyzer refused to reveal the
computer source code for its machine because it was a trade
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