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I guess you didn't get a good attorney. Acid reflux can have a minimal affect on your breath test, but only if you are having an "attack" at the time of giving the test. If you had an "attack" the officer is suppose to wait a certain amount of time before giving you the test. If the officer waited, your breath test would not have been affected. Your attorney should have been able to make a point with that at court. And as far as the test itself is concerned, officers don't have to have that test to find you guilty. It is just another tool, like the field sobriety test. On a side note, if you have acid reflux disease like I do, you shouldn't be drinking in the first place

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