ARS 28-1327. Reproduction of records; admissibility; computer storage; definition
- The head of a law enforcement agency or the director of the department of health services may place on computer storage any records concerning a quantitative breath testing device. Signatures that are found on the records do not have to be placed on computer storage.
- A duplicate of any information that is placed on computer storage pursuant to subsection A is deemed to be an original of the record for all purposes and is admissible without further foundation in evidence if the following appears on each page:Pursuant to section 28-1327, Arizona Revised Statutes, this document is a certified duplicate of the information contained in computer storage devices of the (name of agency).
- For the purposes of this section, “duplicate” means a counterpart produced by any of the following:
- The same impression or from the same matrix as the original.
- Means of photography, including enlargements and miniatures.
- Mechanical or electronic rerecording.
- Chemical reproduction.
- Any other equivalent technique that accurately reproduces the original.