I still can't call this trooper-vs-tessener yet. My gut tells me she's guiltier than the tesseners want to admit. And the trooper is guilty of that trooper-swag they've always been allowed to have. My guess is that she's a pill-popper and the trooper was correct to pull her over (probably swerving, slurred speech); trooper mistakenly assumed drunk driving and cuffed her, assuming the breathlyzer would get her; Hoyt probably knows this and is making a huge scene to discredit the trooper and avoid court.
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