The guilty plea and sentence were the result of a plea agreement reached between the district attorney’s office and Marino’s attorney, Neil Hourihan, yesterday.
Marino had two prior drunken-driving convictions in the 1990s.
Nestor imposed a one-year jail term on Marino but suspended the majority of that time for two years, requiring that Marino serve the minimum mandatory 150 days. He also continued the driving to endanger charge without a finding for two years.
If Marino violates the terms of her probation, which also include a bar on alcohol and drug use and random tests, she could face up to a year behind bars.
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