Fmr. Nassau County commissioner avoids jail time on DUI charge
YULEE, Fla. -- Former Nassau County Commissioner Stacy Johnson has entered a no-contest plea to a DUI charge.
She was arrested in her driveway in June 2012. At the time, Johnson refused to take a Breathalyzer test. She later stepped down from her post.
Johnson agreed to pay court costs of $223 and a fee to the State Attorney's office of $50.
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