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Prosecutor Gives Good Advice; is Fired.

From MySanAntonio.com:

A Bexar County assistant district attorney has been fired following an incident in which she was mentioned in a friend’s driving while intoxicated arrest report for advising him not to submit to a breath test.

She’s also accused of badging the arresting officer. And “P then told (him) to take a personal recognizance bond that she had in the wallet that contained her identification and badge.” (Wait, what? Prosecutors get to carry get-out-of-jail-free cards? To share with their friends?)

But it’s apparently the good legal advice she gave that got her canned:

As for advising her friend, it was a mistake that she has paid for with her job, she said.

This prosecutor must be punished. Because imagine what would happen if people learned that even prosecutors advised their friends not to blow.

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