If the NYPD used an breathalyzer machine to convict you of a DUI or DWI, you may be able to reverse the conviction and clean your record!
Over the past nine years, improper maintenance of the NYPD’s Intoxilyzer machines (also known as breathalyzers) has lead to repeated malfunctions that may have affected your test. If the machine used to test you was not working properly at the time of your breath test, you may have legal grounds to reverse your conviction and clean your record.
Through extensive litigation, DWI Lawyer Daniel A. McGuinness has obtained all of the maintenance records for New York City’s Intoxilyzer 5000EN machines (the breathalyzer used by the NYPD) from January 2008 to January 2018.
These records are exclusively hosted on our website and reveal every malfunction for machines used in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and Staten Island.
Find out if the Intoxilyzer used in your case was working properly by finding the maintenance documents related to your breath test below.
Enter in the date of your test. All other fields are optional. Currently only records from January 2008 through March 2016 are available. Contact us for more recent records.
UPDATE: WE HAVE RECEIVED RECORDS THROUGH DECEMBER 2017 AND ARE PRESENTLY WORKING TO BRING THEM TO YOU.
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