Sometimes it pays to have friends in high places, but one former court clerk will have to pay the price for using her job to do favors for relatives.
, 27, was arrested Monday for allegedly tossing out traffic citations and altering traffic case results for her relatives and friends, the Sun-Sentinel reported.
Butler was a deputy clerk at the Palm Beach County courthouse and for two years helped out over a dozen friends who were stopped by cops and issued tickets. In all, she may have changed about 42 different cases, authorities believe.
She was an equal opportunity judge, too. Everyone from her boyfriend to her auntie got a reprieve and she even helped wipe suspensions from driving records.