A special master appointed by the New Jersey Supreme Court has found the state’s new drunken driving tester, the Draeger Alcotest 7110, is scientifically reliable and can be used subject to certain safeguards.

The master’s findings in State v. Chun, No. 58,879, if adopted by the court, would allow Alcotest blood alcohol readings to be admitted in drunken driving cases without expert testimony.

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