I was in the United States in Sumas Wt. two weekends ago. I was in a bar called El Nopals having a couple of drinks. While I was there 3 guys b-friended me and I stayed for a couple more. I then was ready to leave and I was going to call a cab. One of them said that they were heading up the mountain as well and that his friend was okay to drive. I got stupid and trusted the one guy to drive my truck up the mountain to my place and they were going to leave from there to go home. One guy drove, one got in the passage seat and I got in the back seat with the other. Well the one driving put my truck in the ditch. He then took off and took my laptop with him. Some people came out of the house that was there and I asked the woman if they had called the cops cause I wanted them involved and she said they had. When the cops came they talked to the two guys that suck around. They then came and talked to me and said that I was under arrest for dui. I told them that I wasn't driving that I was in the back seat. The cop said that the other two guys said that I was driving because their friend had ran off and they were covering for him. So now I'm being charged for dui In the states. How do I prove I'm not guilty of this. I was not driving I was in the back seat. I don't even know these guys, I know I'm stupid, I'm too trusting. thanks Diana
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