Woman with ties to justice system freed minutes after DWI booking

A law student who had interned for the district attorney and whose mother works for the district clerk was freed minutes after being booked on suspicion of driving while intoxicated after her mother phoned local judges.

It was Precinct 1 and 2 Justice of the Peace Martin Castillo who did a special arraignment for 25-year-old Camille Matthews in the wee hours of the morning, allowing her to go home and sleep in her own bed instead of a jail cell.


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