Nancy Pelosi’s husband, sentenced to 5 days in jail for a DUI

Paul Pelosi, the spouse of U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, has been condemned to five days in prison

in the wake of being sentenced Tuesday for crime driving impaired in California, the Napa County District Attorney's Office declared.

Pelosi, 82, was captured May 28 and later accused of driving impaired and causing injury

"in light of a car accident," the DA said — and having a blood liquor level above 0.08%.

The last option charge was excused after Pelosi entered a blameworthy supplication.

Pelosi has previously served two days, and won't need to remain in prison for two of the days because of appropriate conduct, as per court records.

He should likewise carry out three years of assessment and pay $4,927 in casualty compensation for doctor's visit expenses and lost compensation.

Pelosi didn't show up in court for his condemning, as it isn't needed by California regulation, except if commanded by an appointed authority.

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