That is something I never thought I'd be typing but I did get a copy of it from my lawyer.
This is how "Heather" described me: confused, and not stable on her feet --we were on an incline and she wanted me to do a heel to toe thingy which I tried to explain would be hard to do as a diabetic, but I made an attempt. I was not confused, I was nervous since I had never been told to get out of the car before.
She (me) stated that she had hurt her shoulder but couldn't remember how or when.
I did not say I hurt my shoulder! It was hurting for sure and the dr said it might be bursitis or a pinched nerve.
"Heather" said I couldn't recall the name of the 2 drugs the dr had prescribed. I knew one was an anti-inflamatory and the other was in case that one made me sick to my stomach. There was also a third one. And no, I couldn't tell you what they were without looking on the label!
She said I wasn't aware of what day or time it was! Well hells bells, when did that become a crime? I usually do know what date it is and about what time it is. Depends on what's going on. I do know how to find out! She did her best to make me sound dopey and drugged up.
She said I said I was taking the meds 4 times a day. WRONG! What they don't know is that I always take a smaller dose at first to see if that will do the job. I am not a pill-popper and not fond of taking medication. I had only taken ONE dose before I went to sleep early Sat night. My arm was hurting because I did not have enough medication in me!
Looks like it'll pretty much be my word against hers. I know there was nothing wrong with me other than intense pain with my shoulder. I crossed the center line when I was looking in the rear view mirror to see who was blinding me with their lights!
The court date has been changed to September. I hope I'm not in a basket by then.
(Thanks for the emails!)
What a story of courage and unselfishness
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