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Second DUI in 5 years nets 10-day jail sentence

BY JENNIFER CABRERA

Sebastien Keifer Alexandr Boucard, 27, has been sentenced to 10 days in jail with 5 days credit for time served after reaching a plea deal on his second DUI in 5 years.

Boucard, who was sentenced to one day in jail for a 2016 DUI plus fines and a requirement to attend classes and abstain from alcohol, was arrested on September 3, 2021, and charged with DUI after being involved in an altercation in the drive-through at the McDonald’s on Archer Road. His breath samples were reported as 0.290 and 0.280 g/210L, and he performed poorly on field sobriety tests.

The plea document states that the charge is punishable by up to 9 months in jail and a $2,000 fine. The plea of nolo contendere resulted in adjudication of guilt, 10 days in jail with credit for 5 days served, 12 months of probation with the possibility of early termination, 24 months with an ignition interlock device, and a 30-day immobilization of all vehicles. Boucard will also have to pay $50 in investigation costs, a $2,000 fine, have his license suspended for 60 months, attend DUI School Level 2, perform 50 hours of community service, and submit to random drug and alcohol tests along with evaluation and treatment for substance abuse.

  • WOW….10 days! I’m sure he’ll learn a lesson from this…NOT. SMDH

  • Yet another person laughing at our local courts. I wonder if they gave him a voter registration card on the way out of court. The legislature needs to have a look at this, the fine for repeat offense needs to be at least $10k.

  • Maybe he’ll get the 6 month sentence when he drives drunk and kills someone!! 🤬

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