The Pennsylvania Superior Court’s September ruling that the accuracy of an alcohol breath test must be addressed at trial and not before is being appealed to the state Supreme Court.

Defense counsel on Monday asked the justices to grant allocatur in the case, arguing that allowing the accuracy of such evidence to be determined before trial “promotes uniformity in the law, gives a clear signal to future litigants and is also scientifically correct.”

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