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3. Definitions

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   a. Continuous alcohol monitoring device means a portable device capable of automatically and periodically testing and recording alcohol consumption levels and automatically and periodically transmitting such information and tamper attempts regarding such device, regardless of the location of the person being tested. Neb. Rev. Stat. § 60-614.01 (Cum. Supp. 2006).

   b. “BAC” shall mean the blood alcohol concentration expressed in percent weight by volume (% w/v) based upon grams of alcohol per 100 milliliters of blood.

   c. “BAC FAIL” shall mean the condition in which the continuous alcohol monitoring device registers a BAC value in excess of the alcohol setpoint limit.

   d. Setpoint shall mean the minimum confirmation level of .020 BAC.

   e. Tamper shall mean an overt conscious attempt to defeat the technology, prevent an alcohol test and/or to remove the device.

   f. Court shall mean the judge who sentences a person and as a condition of probation imposes the use of a continuous alcohol monitoring device.

   g. Administration shall mean the Office of Nebraska Probation Administration.

   h. Administrator shall mean the Administrator of the Office of Nebraska Probation Administration or his or her designee.

   i. An individual sentenced to probation shall mean a defendant who has been convicted of a second or subsequent violation of Neb. Rev. Stat. § 60-6,196 or § 60-6,197 and given a sentence of probation which includes the use of a continuous alcohol monitoring device as provided within Neb. Rev. Stat. § 60-6,197.01(2).

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