District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg testified Tuesday that she has struggled with alcohol but that she is seeking help and wants the opportunity to finish her four-year term as the top felony prosecutor in Travis County.
“When I retire, I don’t want to be drunk,” she said on the stand Tuesday, the second day of a trial that could lead to her ouster.
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