202.3. A peace officer who reasonably suspects the presence of alcohol in the body of a person subject to the prohibition set out in section 202.2, 184.108.40.206 or 220.127.116.11 may order that person to provide forthwith such sample of breath as in the opinion of the peace officer is necessary to enable a proper analysis of the breath to be made by means of a screening device approved by the Minister of Public Security and that is designed to ascertain the presence of alcohol in the blood of a person. The device must be maintained and used in accordance with the standards prescribed by regulation by persons who have received the training prescribed by regulation.
For the purpose of enabling the sample to be taken, the peace officer may, by demand made to the person, require the person to accompany him.
1996, c. 56, s. 61; 2010, c. 34, s. 30.