Randy Dorn sentenced in DUI driving case

Washington State Schools superintendent, Randy Dorn, pleaded guilty for driving under the influence (DUI) in Orting Municipal Court in Pierce county on Friday.

Judge John Curry sentenced Dorn to 365 days in jail, with all but one day suspended. Dorn will also pay a $866 fine and court costs. Dorn’s driver’s license was suspended for 90 days and he is required to attend two drug and alcohol awareness classes.

Dorn was arrested on March 21 and his blood alcohol content at the time was 0.11% which was above the legal limit of %0.08.

Dorn said:

First, I want to apologize for my actions and the distraction they have caused. I drank alcohol and got behind the wheel of a car. That is a mistake, no matter how much you drink. I apologize to my family, the students and the educators across our state.

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