From the December 1978 magazine.

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TORONTO, ONT.--The acquittal of Canadian folk hero Gordon Lightfoot on a drinking and driving charge here could kill the use of breath-sample evidence in many Canadian courtrooms.

The prominent singer and composer was charged with driving with a blood-alcohol level in excess of the legal 0.08%. Police officers testified [that] official tests on a Breathalyzer showed his BAL was 0.12% and...

-- John Shaughnessy