Judge busted for DUI pleads with cops, ‘Please let me go, you are going to ruin my life’
MCALLEN, Texas -- A Texas court judge arrested for suspicion of driving while intoxicated Saturday pleaded for special treatment, telling the police officer arresting her to let her go because an arrest would "ruin her life," the Valley Morning Star reports. According to the Morning Star, 13th Court of Appeals Judge Nora Lydia Longoria was pulled over early Saturday morning for allegedly driving her silver two-door Lexus at 69 mph in a 55-mph zone. When the officer asked for Longoria's license, she allegedly pulled out a badge in her purse that showed she was a judge. The officer quickly noted she had slurred speech and smelled of alcohol.