AUSTIN (AP) – Country star Randy Travis has filed a lawsuit to prevent two state agencies from releasing a patrol car video of his 2012 DWI arrest in North Texas.
The Austin American-Statesman reported Thursday that the lawsuit filed in Austin names the Texas Department of Public Safety and the state attorney general’s office.READ MORE: U.S.-Mexico Border Arrests During Summer Remain At Highest Level In Decades
Travis pleaded guilty in January to driving while intoxicated. A judge sentenced him to two years’ probation and ordered a 180-day suspended jail term.
The judge also granted a defense motion asking that the arrest video not be made public.
Media groups have requested the video from DPS. The AG’s office ruled May 3 that the judge doesn’t have discretion to bar the video’s release.READ MORE: COVID-19 Booster Shot Not Yet FDA-Authorized, But Some Not Waiting
DPS and the AG’s office didn’t respond to requests for comment early Friday.
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