It's used to measure whether or not someone stopped for DUI is drunk, but one of the more popular breathalyzers in the state is now under fire.
It's not the first time the accuracy of the Intoxilyzer 8000 has been questioned. In 2011 judges in Athens and Pickaway counties ruled against the machines and now a retired judge in Marietta has followed suit.
Defense Attorney Tim Huey thinks this could have a ripple-effect and expects the case to go to the Ohio Supreme Court.
The Ohio Department of Health's Tessie Pollock defends the machines and says there are about 400 of the machines currently in operation in the state.