“I battle for you all, sir,” she tells the officers whereas leaning towards a automotive.
The officer tells Neave she hit a tree — and she or he responds, “I did not hit anyone” — then asks her whether or not she’s declining to carry out any sobriety exams.
“I’m an lawyer,” says Neave, who went to SMU’s regulation faculty and runs a regulation agency. “I battle for you all, sir. That’s my lawyer, sir. I really like you, I really like you. That’s my lawyer, sir.”
She repeats that when extra, earlier than an officer interrupts her and tells her police are conducting a drunken driving investigation.
“I really like you, and I’ll battle for you,” she says as officers ask her extra questions.
The officer tells Neave’s lawyer that the investigation is “out of our arms proper now” as a result of Neave is not cooperating.
“I am asking her to carry out quite a lot of area sobriety checks,” the officer says, “however she retains saying that she loves me and she or he fights for us.”
Neave was handcuffed on the scene on a DWI cost. Courtroom data say she had a blood-alcohol degree of .15. The authorized restrict to drive is zero.08.
She pleaded no contest in October to the misdemeanor. She stated in a written assertion that she shall be on probation for 12 months and will not have the ability to drive as a result of her license shall be suspended.