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Nestande companions can’t recall her drink intake on night of hit-and-run
Just how many alcoholic beverages Gabrielle Nestande drank before prosecutors say she struck and killed 30-year-old Courtney Griffin with her car in May, 2011 was debated during the second day of testimony in her hit-and-run trial. Records and testimony indicate Nestande went to The Cloak Room near the Capitol, and Clive Bar on Rainey Street, hours before she got behind the wheel. The former legislative aide struck Griffin with her black BMW on Exposition Boulevard in the early morning hours of May 27, and then fled to her boyfriend's house nearby. A homeowner found Griffin's body in the driveway later that morning. The court heard from all of her companions at Clive the evening before the wreck, but nobody could recall just how many drinks she consumed.
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