Nancy Pelosi’s husband Paul Pelosi pleads guilty to DUI.

When the 82-year-old was arrested, the blood alcohol content was 0.082 percent.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband, Paul Pelosi, pleaded guilty Tuesday to a DUI, which caused injuries in connection with the May car crash, prosecutors said.

Based on Paul Pelosi’s guilty plea, the Napa County District Attorney’s office stated that the second charge of injuring a .08% blood alcohol level or higher was dismissed.

Among Judge Joseph Solga’s sentencing requirements are serving five days in prison, paying compensation and court fines to the victim, completing a three-month DUI program and completing three years of probation.

He received four days’ service to his credit: for two days he served two days in prison and two days for good conduct following his arrest. The 82-year-old will no longer be in jail as he will be produced at a court function on the fifth day of his sentence.

Paul Pelosi was not present in court for Tuesday’s plea; His lawyer appeared on his behalf. Napa County California prosecutors said the House speaker’s husband had a blood alcohol content of 0.082% when he was arrested on May 28.

He was trying to cross State Route 29 when a driver on the north side of the California Highway Patrol collided with a Porsche in Napa.

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