Motion to Suppress Evidence to be Made in Elizabeth Rust OUI Case
The Sudbury Department of Planning and Development employee will next be in court on March 11.
Framingham District Court Judge Robert Greco issued a continuance in the Elizabeth Rust OUI case after her attorney, Seamus L. O'Kelly, asked for a motion to suppress evidence Monday morning.
Greco will hear the argument to suppress evidence on March 11.
Greco was also told full discovery of evidence was not complete.
Rust lost her right to drive at her arraignment on June 19, except for working purposes. She can drive Monday through Friday, between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. She cannot drive during the weekends.
Rust pleaded not guilty to the charge and has been subjected to random alcohol tests. Judge Robert Harbour stated she must also attend two Alcoholics Anonymous meetings a week and cannot drink any alcohol.