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MSCJ Source Code Coalition – Minnesota DWI Defense Lawyers Pool Resources to Discover and Analyze Source Code

September 1, 2009
Minnesota's Intoxilyzer 5000 Machine
Minnesota’s Intoxilyzer 5000 Machine

MSCJ Source Code Coalition

The Minnesota Society for Criminal Justice (mscj) has  led the way over the years in Minnesota Intoxilyzer 5000 computer source code discovery litigation, as have many of its individual members.  Now that Minnesota state and federal courts are ordering Minnesota and CMI to provide accused persons with meaningful access to the machine’s source code, MSCJ is again taking a leadership role by forming a coalition of MSCJ member defense attorneys and other Minnesota DWI defense attorneys (including those who are not members of MSCJ itself) to share the costs and the benefits of computer software and infrared breath-alcohol machine experts and their findings.

If you are a Minnesota DWI Defense Attorney seeking to become part of the coalition, please visit the  MSCJ Source Code Coalition page at  to download an application.  Questions regarding Source Code Coalition membership may be directed to Lee Orwig at 952-224-4848 or .

If you are a Judge or other person seeking to verify and identify Attorneys who are a member of the mscj source code coalition, and therefore who will have access to the Source Code Expert Work Product, please also visit the  MSCJ Source Code Coalition page at  to see the most recent list.  (Coalition members listed on the Coalition page, infra, inlcude all lawyer members of the Minnesota Society for Criminal Justice (mscj) which are list at the mscj defense lawyer member directory page at .)

Members of the MSCJ Source Code Coalition are entitled to the final report generated from the MSCJ team of experts’ analysis of the Intoxilyzer 5000EN source code.

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