Following her sentencing—Shannon pleaded no contest to Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol and driving when she had a blood-alcohol level of .08 or above—her attorney Michael L. Fell confirmed to E! News that Shannon will be required to complete a nine-month alcohol program in addition her probation and community service.
“The Orange County District Attorney’s Office argued that Shannon should be sentenced to jail and be convicted of DUI and a hit-and-run,” Michael told E! News at the time. “But after receiving legal arguments from both sides, the judge denied the prosecutor’s request and dismissed the hit-and-run.”
Shannon also shared a personal statement with E! News following her sentencing, saying, “I am grateful that no one else was injured besides me in this incident. I have learned so much from my terrible mistake that night and realize that driving any distance while impaired is too far.”
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