78B-5-620 Calibration certificates for breathalizers. (1) As used in this section:
(a) "Breathalizer" means any device used by a law enforcement agency which utilizes a person's breath to estimate blood alcohol content.
(b) "Calibration" means the manual setting of specific levels on a breathalizer by a person trained to reset the machine to insure as accurate results as possible.
(c) "Certificate of calibration" means the document issued by the person who calibrates a breathalizer, attesting to the accuracy of the machine.
(d) "Department" means the Department of Public Safety created in Section 53-1-103. (e) "Digitize" means to convert content from a tangible, analog form into a digital electronic
representation of that content. (2) The department may digitize and post the digital format of certificates of calibration on its
website in a secure location not available to the public. (3) The secure location shall be available to courts and local prosecutors' offices for use in actions
in which it is alleged a party was intoxicated and a law enforcement officer required the party to submit to a breathalizer test.
(4) The department shall make rules in accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act:
(a) to provide a method for insuring the accuracy of the certificates on the website; and (b) providing for an attestation to the authenticity of the certificate upon download by a prosecutor
Enacted by Chapter 209, 2008 General Session