Nancy Pelosi's husband convicted DUI and avoids further jail time.

Paul Pelosi, the husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, admitted guilt on Tuesday to DUI causing injury in connection with an automobile accident that occurred in May, according to the prosecution.

Considering Paul Pelosi's guilty plea, the second charge—driving while intoxicated and causing injury—was dropped.

Judge Joseph Solga's sentence includes serving five days in jail.

 paying victim compensation and a court fine.

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finishing a three-month DUI treatmentand finishing three years of probation, among other requirements.

He was given credit for four days: two for the two days he spent in jail after being arrested and two more for good behavior

The 82-year-old will not spend another day in jail because the fifth day of the sentence will be completed as part of a court work programme.

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