Sabini admitted to driving while ability impaired (DWAI), a traffic violation. He released a statement later that day in which he accepted "full personal responsibility for the events that led to my arrest in Albany."
"I take the matter against me very seriously, and am extremely grateful to have this settled," he said. "I would like to offer a sincere apology to my constituents, the Albany court, and the many loyal friends, colleagues and family members for any burdens this may have caused."
Sabini paid a $300 fine for the violation and was ordered to attend educational classes.
For the full story, see the Feb. 14 edition of the TimesLedger Newspapers.
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