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Reese Witherspoon's Hubby Found GUILTY Of DUI!

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It's judgement day for Reese Witherspoon and her hubby Jim Toth

And unsurprisingly, Jim pled guilty to charges of DUI while Reese pled no contest for her disorderly conduct.

The Cruel Intentions star was recently VERY candid during an interview on Good Morning America about what went down the night of the now infamous arrest where Reese drunkenly yelled at a police officer, so it makes sense that the pair would fess up to their crimes.

Reese — who was NOT in court today — will only have to pay a $213 fine for her verbal diarrhea, while her husband has been ordered to undergo 40 hours of community service. He also has to attend an alcohol education program, and has been put on probation for 12 months.

Very, VERY lucky ducks indeed!

You know, especially since they didn't hurt anyone during their ill-planned adventure!

[Image via WENN.]

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9 comments to “Reese Witherspoon's Hubby Found GUILTY Of DUI!”

  1. NoOne says – reply to this


    Doesn't take a low-life "gossip columnist" to figure that out.

  2. tempe says – reply to this


    umm …"Found guilty" ? Was there a trial ?

  3. 3

    so it all goes away just like that, well who knew

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  5. stargazernd805 says – reply to this


    FYI he was not found guilty, he pled guilty and in the eyes of the law thats different than being found guilty. Not only will he get a lighter penalty, namely fines and alcohol school, but he took responsibility instead of dragging it out in court. That speaks of a person who has remorse for his actions, unlike certain other celebrities who pay high priced lawyers to get them off and seem to litter the tabloids lately. Cut him some slack please Perez, this man is more of a role model than Lindsey Lohan or Amanda Bynes.

  6. teeter totter says – reply to this


    Re: stargazernd805 – Agreed, usually there is a hearing (forget what it is called now - arraignment, think that is it, where you plead guilty or not guilty. He manned up and confessed, good for him and think he will do the right thing and hire a driver the next time they decide to celebrate.

  7. Fave says – reply to this


    He was "found guilty"? He pled guilty!!

  8. 8

    I agree that it shows character that Jim Toth manned up and pled guilty. If convicted, he still faces a possible year in jail, $1,000 fine, loss of his license, 40 hours of community service, and a defensive driving class (in Atlanta). Here in CA, they say that a DUI costs you much more — thousands of dollars — even the first time. Maybe that includes larger fines and towing/storage of vehicle. $1,000 is not going to be much of a sacrifice for Jim Toth, and the rest will probably be softened. If any non-celebrity folks got a DUI, they would be punished more severely, I bet. At least Toth didn't hurt anyone or damage property. I'm a recovering hard-core alcoholic with 30 years sobriety, and drove hundreds of time three sheets to the wind. I was extremely lucky not to have hurt anyone. I know people who killed several people practically the first time driving drunk. Anyway, I was stopped several times drunk and allowed to drive home with a warning. The laws and enforcement were much different in the 60's and 70's. The current strict approach is much better. It reinforces the seriousness of the matter to non-alcoholics. It also helps an alcoholic's perception that he is at, or closer to his "bottom". Before that, most of us will just keep on drinking and probably driving drunk. That is the reality of addiction. Enough from me.

  9. John says – reply to this