In a statement released on Tuesday, February 5, Sabini said, “I take the matter against me very seriously, and am extremely grateful to have this settled. 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 pleads guilty to DWAI
As punishment for the “traffic violation,” Sabini paid $300 in fines, not including processing fees to the New York State Court in Albany. He also will have to take classes detailing the risks of drunk driving and the impact on victims, scheduled for next month, his spokesperson said. The DMV has not yet determined how many hours of classes Sabini will have to attend, the spokesperson said.