PA Common Pleas — BAC Inadmissible Without Other Proof.

In the case of Kuna v. Lake Sheridan , the Court of Common Pleas, Lackawanna County, the Court held that defendants may introduce blood alcohol content evidence of plaintiff intoxication so long as there is sufficient other evidence of intoxication. This decision is in line with the Superior Court’s decision in Ackerman v. Delmonico, 486 A.2d 410 (Pa. 1984), in which the Court held that BAC is inadmissible without other evidence.