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D.C. alcohol breath-test program faulty for more than a decade, documents say

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Attorney General Peter Nickles' office was aware that problems with the District's alcohol breath-test program likely stretched back more than a decade, but only alerted defendants in cases going back to 2008, documents obtained by The Washington Examiner show. In February 2010, the police department was alerted by independent contractor Ilmar Peagle that its alcohol breath analyzers were not...

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