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I was recently sent some SCRAM data for a quick review and comment. I ended up generating a complete letter of opinion for the attorney involved. The case revolves around a SCRAM report that indicated a positive alcohol reading. However, the subject of the report was sleeping under a brand new, out-of-the-bag (and static laden) blanket that had just been sprayed with Static Guard™ prior to sleeping. The question, of course, concerned the possibility that the Static Guard™ spray may have caused a false-positive reading on the SCRAM device. Is this a true case of alcohol consumption, or a false-positive due to the sprayed chemical? What does the reported data tell us?
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