SCRANTON (AP) – The attorney for former PA Attorney General Kathleen Kane is arguing that a drunken-driving case against her should be dismissed due to lack of evidence. The defense wants prosecutors barred from presenting results of a field sobriety test of Kane as well as testimony about her refusal to submit to a blood alcohol test. Kane, the first woman and first Democrat to be elected attorney general in the state, is awaiting trial in Lackawanna County Court on DUI and careless driving charges in a Scranton accident in March. She denies she was intoxicated, saying her car slid on ice.