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Observation Period

Before a breath test is performed, a driver must be watched for 20 minutes to be sure no foreign substance touches the mouth of tongue. Often times the police will not fully perform the 20-minute observation period and conduct the breath test anyways. A failure to properly conduct an observation period will render a possible false reading of alcohol content. Failure to properly conduct an observation period will also render the breath test results inadmissible in a criminal trial or driver's license suspension hearing.

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