Supreme Court of Canada Decision: Statutory Presumptions of Accuracy for Breathalyzer Test Results

The Supreme Court of Canada released the following decision today:

R. v. Cyr-Langlois, 2018 SCC 54, File No. 37760

Case brief

(Whether evidence that is purely theoretical is sufficient to show that improper operation of breathalyzer tends to cast doubt on reliability of results — Criminal Code, R.S.C. 1985, c. C‑46, s. 258(1) (c).)