New Jersey’s Supreme Court seemed poised on Thursday to declare a new drunken-driving test device scientifically reliable, provided the state implements certain safeguards against inaccuracies.

The justices made clear at the onset of oral arguments that they had done their homework. Chief Justice James Zazzali said the Court had digested its special master’s 260-page report and voluminous briefs of counsel, so he urged brevity.

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