"She had completed a substance abuse assessment and they were going to give it to the judge and ask to sentence her today," said
House was not in the courtroom for the plea agreement and sentencing, but spoke with Glynn's defense attorney,
"It is pretty much a standard plea offer," House said. "The benefit for the defendant is they become immediately eligible for a restricted license as opposed to a hard suspension which means they can't drive at all for 30 days."
Glynn is a film producer who worked on several of Moore's films, including "Bowling for Columbine" and "Fahrenheit 9/11." The couple ended their two-decade-plus marriage recently in
Authorities said Glynn was pulled over by an
Glynn failed sobriety tests. A breath test at
Hunt could not immediately be reached for comment today.
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