DURHAM, N.C. (WTVD) -- The notorious Durham and Wake County driver known by her former license plate STAYUMBL turned down a plea offer Wednesday in court.
Diana Mems faces criminal charges for speeding, careless/reckless driving and more.
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Since she rejected a plea bargain, attorneys will get together in two weeks to pick a date for her trial.
While in court Wednesday, Mems' defense team asked the judge to remove her electronic monitoring device and instead place her on house arrest.
"I'd have a concern for the public safety, so electronic monitoring is going to stay in place," Judge Keith Gregory ruled.
STAYUMBL driver rejects plea deal, will face criminal trial
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