Judge Gisele Triana, the Travis County state district judge in Austin, was taken into police custody on March 21 for charges of driving while intoxicated, KRGV reported on March 23.
Police authorities stopped Triana’s vehicle as she was driving in Austin over the weekend due to allegations of speeding. According to her arrest warrant, Triana failed a field sobriety test after being pulled over, and troopers confiscated an empty alcoholic beverage from a compartment in her vehicle. Triana also succumbed to a blood test while in custody.
Triana was formerly an Austin municipal judge and assistant prosecutor and had been litigating civil cases as state judge since 2005.
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