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Hall Sentenced After Dropping DUI Class Challenge

The legal saga for a first-term Nevada County Supervisor has ended. And after pleading guilty last month to two misdemeanor DUI charges, Heidi Hall has been sentenced. That includes 6 days in jail. But her attorney, Stephen Munkelt, says it’ll be served through the probation department’s work release program, which is normal for a first-time offender. It features community service activities 8 hours a day…

click to listen to Stephen Munkelt

No specifics were available on the activities. Hall will also be on 3 years probation, which Munkelt says is also fairly standard. Sentencing had been delayed, after Hall was going to challenge the length of a DUI class. She wanted 3 months instead of 9 months. Munkelt says a court hearing on the issue was scheduled for November 14th. But the Board of Supervisors also meet on that day…

click to listen to Stephen Munkelt

It’s usually a 9-month class, when the blood-alcohol level is .20% or more. Hall must also pay a $2300 fine. She did not respond to a request for comment.

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