By Daily Republic Staff
Rodriguez High School hosted a drunken driving trial Tuesday that was watched by more than 400 students.
A jury of students found Almark Manganaan guilty of a misdemeanor in a trial presided over by Court Commissioner Raymond Wieser.
Manganaan was pulled over by a California Highway Patrol officer in March. He was removed from the car and administered a series of field sobriety tests as three of his friends watched from the car.
Then his friend’s watched him get handcuffed, loaded into the back of the patrol car and get taken to jail.