Posted: May 2, 2013 6:40 PM by Connie Tran, KSBY News
Updated: May 2, 2013 7:22 PM
In an effort to teach students the consequences of drinking and driving, San Luis Obispo County took a real DUI court trial to Paso Robles High School on Wednesday.
Nathan McIntyre, 22, of Atascadero, chose to share his trial experience with the students.
He faced two counts of DUI, including having a .15 blood alcohol level last December when he was arrested in San Luis Obispo.
SLO County Superior Court Judge Michael Duffy found McIntyre guilty of both counts and shared with the students the extensive and expensive sentencing McIntyre will likely face.
Program Coordinator Kimberly Mott says it's likely McIntyre will get a modified sentence, like reduced jail time or community service, for allowing his trial to be shared at the high school.
He'll be sentenced on May 8th.
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