Whatever? Isn't it possible to smell alcohol or in lamen terms "alcoholic beverage" several hours after the fact? AND he arrested her an hour before she tested...so it's very possible she had alcohol in her system at the time of stop and when tested. The instrument she was tested on only displays 2 digits, so it is possible she could have been .009. With regard to the arrest, she felt he would have manipulated the pre-arrest test and refused...BOLOGNA! The pre-arrrest test as far as what she blows is not permissible in court, she was scared because she had been drinking (although not much). It just doesn't add up, the only thing that would have led to no arrest would have been to blow at the scene and to do sobriety test. She and her husband (or crimnal assailant according to records) are just so arrogant to believe that they are untouchable....well maybe not the husband? Did he touch you....wow....really!
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