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Blood test; rules; permits , section: 28-1326
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28-1326. Blood test; rules; permits
A. The director of the department of health services shall adopt rules prescribing the approval of methods for the analysis of blood or other bodily substances to determine blood alcohol concentration.
B. The director of the department of health services shall issue a permit to an analyst who has demonstrated the ability to accurately analyze blood or other bodily substances for alcohol concentration.
C. The director of the department of health services may revoke the permit of an analyst who either:
1. Has demonstrated an inability to accurately analyze blood or other bodily substances for alcohol concentration.
2. Fails to analyze blood or other bodily substances for alcohol concentration according to rules adopted by the director of the department of health services.
Comments : The rules for blood tests must be followed in Arizona. If they aren't, you DUI attorney may be able to get the results suppressed.
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