A judge will decide whether the case against a mother and school teacher accused of drunk driving will move forward, after initial charges were dropped in January.
Today, Prosecutors laid out their reasons why charges against Leslie Buscher should be reinstated after after a "super drunk" charge was dropped in January.
Back in July 2011, Buscher was arrested after police found her slumped over the steering wheel of her car with her two kids in the back seat. Investigators later determined Buscher's blood alcohol content was 5 times the legal limit.
When police searched the car, they discovered a plastic cup with vodka in her car.
A ruling was made to drop the charge in January after the defense raised question as to whether Buscher was arrested after being parked on private property.
A background check at the time of her arrest revealed Buscher has a clean record.
A judge will issue a written opinion in the coming days to decide whether or not the charges will be reinstated.Buscher had been teaching at Lake Center Elementary School when she was arrested. She was later transferred to Portage Northern High School.