Mississippi’s House Speaker Pro Tempore Greg Snowden won’t be driving for the next one hundred and twenty days – but, he won’t have a DUI conviction on his record.
Snowden agreed to a non-adjudication program. Under the agreement, the Meridian representative will temporarily surrender his license, pay a $980 fine and will have to drive using a device which measures alcohol in his body when starting a vehicle.
He was arrested in September after a minor accident and refused to take a test. Snowden will also have to participate in and complete a safety education course.