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Drunk driver who got deferred judgement violates probation


This news story was published on April 7, 2014.
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MASON CITY – A Clear Lake woman who received a deferred judgement after a drunk driving charge violated the terms of her probation and has had her deferred judgement revoked.

Danielle Ann Vine, age 26, is now serving two days in jail after judge Karen Salic ruled in February that Vine violated her probation on January 16, 2014 when a Mason City police officer pulled her over and she was arrested and charged with driving while her license was revoked, due to a previous drunk driving offense. Vine was arrested by Mason City police on August 17, 2013 for operating while intoxicated.

Salic imposed a $1,250.00 fine – which had been waived as part of the deferred judgement – and two days in jail, upon Vine.

Vine, Danielle Ann SUBJECT IS INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY

Vine, Danielle Ann
SUBJECT IS INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY

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