New Jersey Statutes Title 12. Commerce and Navigation 12 § 7-56

Chemical analyses of the arrested person's breath, to be considered valid under the provisions of section 7 of P.L.1986, c. 39 ( C.12:7-55 ) shall have been performed according to methods approved by the Attorney General and by a person certified for this purpose by the Attorney General.  The Attorney General is authorized to approve satisfactory techniques or methods, to ascertain the qualifications and competence of individuals to conduct the analyses, and to make certifications of the individuals.  Certifications shall be subject to termination or revocation at the discretion of the Attorney General.  The Attorney General shall prescribe a form for reports of the chemical analysis of breath to be used by law enforcement officers and others acting in accordance with the provisions of section 7 of P.L.1986, c. 39 ( C.12:7-55 ).  The forms shall be sequentially numbered.  Each chief of police, in the case of forms distributed to law enforcement officers and others in his municipality, or the other officer, board, or official having charge or control of the law enforcement department, where there is no chief, and the Chief Administrator of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission and the Superintendent of State Police, in the case of forms distributed to law enforcement officers and other personnel in their divisions, shall be responsible for the furnishing and proper disposition of the forms.  Each responsible party shall prepare or have prepared records and reports relating to the forms and their disposition, in the manner and at such times as the Attorney General shall prescribe.


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