Marion "Pooch" Hall won’t be imprisoned after being arrested for driving under the influence and endangering his child.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office told PEOPLE that the Ray Donovan star admitted on Tuesday, March 19, that he drove under the influence in last year while his son Djulian Bryant, 2, sat in his lap.
The actor, 45, pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor DUI and child endangerment.
However, according to the terms of his plea agreement, he will be sentenced to three years of probation, three months of a mandatory residential alcoholic treatment program.
Additionally, Hall also has to receive one year of parenting classes. According to the D.A.’s Office, his driving license has also been suspended for six months.
When asked for comments, his rep didn't immediately respond.
Hall's plea deal comes five months after getting arrested for DUI and letting his 2-year-old son drive as the little one sat in his lap.
He was taken into custody at approx. 7:30 p.m. on October 3, after his car, Chrysler 300, hit a parked car.
His blood alcohol level was .25, which is more than three times than the legal limit. No one got injured in the accident at the time.
Hall was held at a $100,000 bail in the Burbank City Jail.
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