Details of Sentence

State Court Judge Irma Glover fined Graves a total of $1,600

12-month sentences on each charge, to serve concurrently. He was ordered to serve 30 days total of the sentences, the first 10 in jail and the next 20 in home detention with an electronic monitoring system.

He will be on probation for the remainder of the 12 months.

280 hours of community service,

He also must attend a risk reduction program (DUI school) and be evaluated for alcohol and drug dependency within 45 days, and he must submit to a minimum of 17 weeks of treatment if it is found he needs it.

His driver’s license was suspended for three years, but after the first year he may apply to be allowed restricted driving privileges.

4 comments

  1. Tater Tate says:

    Loss of his means of making a living would be more serious than his loss of a state house seat. A sad ending to a well-liked house member. His seat will probably be one of the more interesting races of the coming season.

    There’s been a lot about Crotts. Any other interesting challengers to come forward, or will it be a typical re-elect the incumbent year?

  2. Ben King says:

    I don’t really see it as a slap on the wrist, and I’m partisan as hell. He lost his license for a year, at least, maybe three. Minimum 17 weeks of treament? he has two DUI’s right? Chances are he’ll be evaluated with alcohol dependency. It looks like he got treated just like most habitual offendors. DUI offendors, that is. But I’m not gonna start a ‘drug war’ flame here.

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