A California woman faces her day in court today for driving while using Google Glass (perhaps DWGG will catch on in the future). Cecilia Abadie is one of the lucky/annoying "Explorers" who has been testing out the wearable tech. She was pulled over for speeding in October and was also given a ticket for using a "monitor" while driving

Being further loyal to Google, Abadie posted about her ticket on the ghost town social network, Google Plus. Miraculously, people saw it and spread the news of the first person cited for DWGG. Her trial in front of a judge could set the precedent for other cases involving driving with wearable technology. 

Elsewhere, lawmakers aren't waiting up to act. Bills to ban Google Glass while driving have been introduced in Illinois, Delaware, New Jersey, and West Virginia. 

RELATED: The 2015 Hyundai Genesis Will Sync with Google Glass
RELATED: Mercedes Is Working on Google Glass Integration for Sat Nav

[via Chicago Tribune