The 60-year-old woman accused of driving drunk when she killed an elderly man was in court Sunday.
Emily Ruffin is facing charges of driving under the influence.
On Friday, deputies were called out to the area of I-25 near Bobby Foster.
When they arrived, they learned Ruffin was under the influence when she crashed into another car from behind causing that vehicle to roll, killing 67-year-old Thomas Fosbre.
On Sunday, a judge told her she faces some serious charges ordering her not to leave the state of New Mexico.
The judge also ordered her to install an interlock system in all of her vehicles.
While Ruffin awaits trial, the judge also ordered her to stay away from any alcohol use and any establishment which may sell alcohol.
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