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She was free on bond until pleading guilty before Superior Court Judge Asha Jackson, the DA’s office told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Jackson sentenced her to 5 years, with the first in custody, the rest on probation.
As part of the plea, she was given first-offender status, which will allow her to eventually have the conviction removed from her record, but she must surrender her law enforcement certification.
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Some 400 drivers are seeking more pay, better retirement benefits and better treatment.