A Dutch judge under the influence of alcohol was on Sunday stopped by police in Lithuania's western district of Klaipeda.
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The judge had 0.68 promilles of alcohol in her system, Ramunas Matonis, head of communication at the Lithuanian Police Department, told BNS Lithuania.

In his words, the woman was fined 800 euros and had her driver's license revoked for one year.

The judge was driving a camper, and it was handed over to her husband following the police stoppage.

According to the police representative, the judge presented a judge' certificate herself.

Dutch institutions have not been informed of its incident.

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