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Friday, December 19, 2014

Democrat Senator convicted of drunk driving

Democrat Senator Hueso as seen in his natural habitat.

"Yeah, I know, some people are against drunk driving, and I call those people 'the cops.' But you know, sometimes, you've just got no choice; those kids gotta get to school!"  - - - Dave Attell

Democrat Sen. Ben Hueso was sentenced Thursday to three years probation and ordered to complete an alcohol education program stemming from his August arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol near the Capitol.
The San Diego lawmaker won't be required to serve any jail time.
Megan Virga, Hueso's attorney, accepted a plea deal on the senator's behalf during a brief hearing in Sacramento Superior Court.
Hueso did not appear in court.
The California Senate after 5 PM.
In September, the senator was charged with two counts of DUI, which carry a maximum of six months jail time and a $1,000 fine.
Through his attorney on Thursday, however, Hueso pleaded no contest to a lesser "wet reckless" charge. It carries a $240 fine plus other assessments for a total of about $1,400, Virga said.
The senator was arrested by the CHP early on the morning of Aug. 22 after he was spotted driving the wrong way on a one-way road near downtown Sacramento, authorities said at the time.
Hueso had been granted delays at each of the two previously scheduled hearings in the case, one which was rescheduled to two days after Election Day in November.
He defeated challenger and fellow Democrat Rafael Estrada in the fall contest 54.9 percent to 45.1 percent.
Through his staff, Hueso has declined several requests this fall to discuss his arrest or to elaborate on his statement released in August, in which he pledged to “engage in immediate, corrective actions to ensure this kind of personal conduct is never repeated.”

State Senate men's room after a hard
end of the day party.

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