Tag: admissibility

Admissibility of Breath Tests: Must an Intoxilyzer 9000 Operator Check a Subject’s Mouth?

Hayley Koontz, Staff Editor

The Kansas Court of Appeals affirms updated regulations do not require the breath test operator to check a the subjects mouth for the breath test to be admissible as evidence.

The Language Conduit Rule: Admitting Interpreters’ Hearsay Statements in Kansas

Author: Cayce Good, Staff Editor State v. Gutierrez-Fuentes, No. 120,339, (Kan. Ct. App., Nov. 25, 2020) Issue:  Under Kan. Stat. Ann. § 60-460, statements made by a person other than a witness testifying in court are considered inadmissible …