Dubose still faces an additional DWI 4th offense charge from an arrest in Beauregard Parish. Judge Robert Wyatt ordered a pre sentence investigation and will sentence Dubose on November 13th at 0900 AM.The district attorney office provided a copy of the Louisiana law regarding the sentence for DWI 4th and subsequent DWI offenses is below:Louisiana Revised Statue, Title 14:98E.(1)(a) Except as otherwise provided in Subparagraph (4)(b) of this Subsection, on a conviction of a fourth or subsequent offense, notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary and regardless of whether the fourth offense occurred before or after an earlier conviction, the offender shall be imprisoned with or without hard labor for not less than ten years nor more than thirty years and shall be fined five thousand dollars. Seventy five days of the sentence of imprisonment shall be imposed without benefit of probation, parole, or suspension of sentence.
Explore the city cobbled bluestone laneways by some counts over 200 of them not long ago dark desolate no go alleyways that have recently undergone a dramatic transformation and are now home to galleries, shops, coffee houses and restaurants. Melbourne passion for all things food related lives on at the Queen Victoria Market, said to be the largest in the Southern Hemisphere. Break away from all the urban distractions for a glorious day spent driving the Great Ocean Road 150 miles of end of the earth beauty often compared to California Pacific Coast Highway.
Contact Us,Miami Heat fans are a fragile bunch at the moment, much like the team itself. Twitter arguments are erupting. Families are fighting families. Lions (+6.5) at Vikings: After opening the season with five straight wins, the Vikings suddenly own the longest losing streak in the NFC North at two games. Minnesota’s 31st ranked offense has managed just 20 combined points the past two weeks but they won’t need many points to tame the Lions in Minneapolis. The Vikings have won 16 of their past 18 games against Detroit at home.
Renovations to the Carmelita Landry Arena at the Wallace Civic Center at Fitchburg State University are now complete, and there was a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday, Jan. 23 2018 with campus and community leaders in attendance. Landry Arena will house a new strength and conditioning center for university athletes, along with a practice field that will be open to the community during our athletic off season. In addition to opening up space at the Recreation Center for university students, faculty and staff, Landry will also be an important resource for Exercise and Sports Science students studying strength and conditioning. Mayor Stephen DiNatale address the crowd at the ribbon cutting. SENTINEL ENTERPRISE/JOHN LOVE.