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What is a self-test on Intoxilyzer 8000C software in Ontario?


This video contains an explanation of an Esc Esc B self-test breath test used in Ontario on an Intoxilyzer 8000C. The narration is taken from the Intoxilyzer 8000C Training Aid published by the Centre of Forensic Sciences in Toronto. This is a computer simulation, not a real 8000C screen. The sounds are not real 8000C sounds.

This video is a Preview for an online course: Primer for Cross-examination of a Qualified Technician

This online course promotes better preparation for cross-examination of breath techs through familiarity with and memorization of the Ontario Intoxilyzer 8000C Training Aids of 2009, 2011, and 2013 published by the CFS in Toronto. The course is not authorized by the manufacturer, the government, the CFS, or the police. It is designed for defence lawyers who wish to improve their skills through self-study of the training that police officers receive. Warning: Crowns, police, or public may find that the course does not meet their needs. The course is designed for defence lawyers.

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