The Fox News affiliate in Boston reports that the New Hampshire Attorney General is reviewing "hundreds" of DUI arrests made by 64 police officers. The reason? They may not have really been certified to give the breathalyzer test that was used to support the arrests.
All police officers in New Hampshire undergo a yearly certification to make sure they stay current on breathalyzer technology. This year the state used an online certification program which contained a computer glitch, giving officers credit for an answer even if they got it wrong. Thus, some officers were declared to have passed the re-certification when they really didn't.
Officials have identified more than 100 cases so far, and those motorists will get to re-do their cases.