At Least One Court Insists on Valid Blood Tests

Hunter v. State, 55 A.3d 360. Del. Supr., (2012).

The Supreme Court of Delaware found that the admission of a test result that was not in compliance with the manufacturer’s requirements.? Furthermore, this error jeopardized the fairness of the trial.? Specifically in this case, using the expired vacutainer tubes in the blood test kit was in direct contravention of the manufacturer’s specification sheet for the vacutainer tubes. The same was true of shaking the tubes vigorously, which was also in direct violation of the manufacturer’s instructions for use of the kit.
Written by Allen Trapp who is board certified by the National College for DUI Defense and the author of Georgia DUI Survival Guide Visit Website

Written by Allen Trapp who is board certified by the National College for DUI Defense and the author of Georgia DUI Survival Guide Visit Website

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