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Travis County D.A. Lehmberg Arrested For D.W.I.

September 18, 2014 |

Yes, unfortunately Travis County D.A. Lehmberg was arrested and convicted for D.W.I.  D.A. Lehmberg allegedly was found in a church parking lot inside her car with an open container of an alcoholic beverage and was ultimately arrested by the police.  It actually sounds pretty weak to me, after all maybe it was communion?  I don’t know, however, for whatever reason she plead guilty and received 45 days in jail, which to me is very steep but most like because she is a District Attorney.  However, it is a mere misdemeanor and still 45 days is like a death sentence for a District Attorney.  If you watch the video you can clearly see D.A. Lehmberg’s behavior while in-custody but remember this, supposedly she was intoxicated.  Either way, she refuses to step down as a D.A. and has caused Governor Rick Perry some stress as he threatens her office with veto power of funding if she does not step down.

Jumping forward, Rick Perry has now been indicted by a Grand Jury for two felony counts of corruption involving the fact he used his veto power in violation of the law.  Gov. Perry, denies any wrong doing so we shall wait and see what happens next.  In regards to  D.A. Lehmberg we will have to wait and see what happens.  I really do not think she should resign, I know many D.A’s who have D.W.I. misdemeanors or as we call it here in California….D.U.I. but its all the same. An off duty incident involving alcohol can be forgiven and even if it was work related it can be forgiven, after all we are only human!.  Just remember folks it is cheaper to call a cabbie…or if you’re in California you can call UBER or LYFT they are independent transportation services.  Or, if you’re in a church parking lot…..throw your car keys in the trunk and lock it…then it is nothing more than public intoxication and or a combination of having an open container inside a vehicle.  Or, I guess an officer could try to put a D.W.I./D.U.I. together but attempting to prove up you drove to the church parking lot while intoxicated…but I am sure that would be a little difficult.  Caveat here….do not drink & drive and you will be just fine…

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Travis County D.A. Lehmberg Arrested For D.W.I.

August 16, 2014 |

Yes, unfortunately Travis County D.A. Lehmberg was arrested and convicted for D.W.I.  D.A. Lehmberg allegedly was found in a church parking lot inside her car with an open container of an alcoholic beverage and was ultimately arrested by the police.  It actually sounds pretty weak to me, after all maybe it was communion?  I don’t know, however, for whatever reason she plead guilty and received 45 days in jail, which to me is very steep but most like because she is a District Attorney.  However, it is a mere misdemeanor and still 45 days is like a death sentence for a District Attorney.  If you watch the video you can clearly see D.A. Lehmberg’s behavior while in-custody but remember this, supposedly she was intoxicated.  Either way, she refuses to step down as a D.A. and has caused Governor Rick Perry some stress as he threatens her office with veto power of funding if she does not step down.

Jumping forward, Rick Perry has now been indicted by a Grand Jury for two felony counts of corruption involving the fact he used his veto power in violation of the law.  Gov. Perry, denies any wrong doing so we shall wait and see what happens next.  In regards to  D.A. Lehmberg we will have to wait and see what happens.  I really do not think she should resign, I know many D.A’s who have D.W.I. misdemeanors or as we call it here in California….D.U.I. but its all the same. An off duty incident involving alcohol can be forgiven and even if it was work related it can be forgiven, after all we are only human!.  Just remember folks it is cheaper to call a cabbie…or if you’re in California you can call UBER or LYFT they are independent transportation services.  Or, if you’re in a church parking lot…..throw your car keys in the trunk and lock it…then it is nothing more than public intoxication and or a combination of having an open container inside a vehicle.  Or, I guess an officer could try to put a D.W.I./D.U.I. together but attempting to prove up you drove to the church parking lot while intoxicated…but I am sure that would be a little difficult.  Caveat here….do not drink & drive and you will be just fine…

DomainingLaws.com