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    Pelosi’s Husband Was Legally Drunk 2 Hours After Crash, Will Be Arraigned on Wednesday – He Will Go to Jail

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    Paul Pelosi, the husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, is officially headed to prison.

    Pelosi was charged with two DUI-related offenses on May 28 after he collided with a Jeep in Napa Valley County, California.

    These charges included driving under the influence of alcohol resulting in injury and driving with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or above resulting in harm.

    Fox News stated that Pelosi’s BAC was 0.082 percent two hours after the crash.

    The Napa County District Attorney’s Office announced on Monday that Pelosi’s arraignment had been scheduled for Wednesday.

    On June 23, the district attorney’s office issued a press statement explaining why it had decided to seek charges against the spouse of the House speaker.

    Primarily responsible for Pelosi’s indictment was the “extent of the injuries suffered by the victim.”

    “The punishment for driving under the influence causing injury as a misdemeanor is set by California law. It includes up to five years of probation, a minimum of five days in jail, installation of an ignition interlock device, fines and fees, completion of a court ordered drinking driver class, and other terms as appropriate,” according to the news release.

    “We are not entitled to fight disputes in the court of public opinion; instead, we do so in a court of competent authority.” These regulations safeguard the right to a fair trial guaranteed by the Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution. The Napa County District Attorney’s Office strictly adheres to these regulations in all pending criminal cases, including this one.”

    The arraignment is by no means the only problem enveloping Pelosi in the previous several weeks.

    Pelosi reportedly purchased 20,000 shares of a semiconductor business when a plan to grant hefty subsidies to such firms was making its way through Congress.

    The America COMPETES Act and the CHIPS Act passed the Senate filibuster on July 26, the same day that Pelosi sold his shares for a loss of $341,365.

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