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Former Bronx ADA Jennifer Troiano Admits To Drunk Driving

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Last month, Jennifer Troiano was fired from her job as an assistant district attorney in the Bronx.

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Now, she has accepted a deal that allowed her to plead guilty to a drunk driving charge and avoid jail time.

She told a judge Friday that she was deeply sorry for her actions.

The plea will result in a suspension of her drivers license for six months and require an ignition lock on her car.

This latest drunk driving arrest for Troiano came after she was involved in a three-car pile up on the Major Deegan Expressway in 2010.

She had managed to talk herself out of two earlier DWI arrests, in 2004 and 2006.

For now, her lawyer says she’s getting rid of her car. She’s donating it to a charity.

  • Glenn Erdmann

    I bet she gives a mean hummer.

  • bob

    we all make mistakes

  • bob

    we all make mistakes in life

  • Anthony

    She must have been dating Johnnie Walker.

  • Buffalo_Bill

    rather than quit drinking he is giving away her car….
    think she might have another problem????

  • lieutenantdan

    I speculate that she did not talk her way out of anything.
    She was an ADA she worked in the criminal courts, they all know one another and protect each other. The first two times that she had gotten off were probably favors.
    She is also a woman and the courts are run by feminists and men who are female sympathizers and the women are treated differently most of the time.
    The courts will blame some guy for her actions and she will be protected by
    the VAWA act.

    • Scott

      I have never read anything so 100% accurate in my life than your assessment of the pople behind our criminal court system (applies to divorce court and all other courts as well). Cudos.

  • nycsewer

    What a mess I bet the judge passed on her going under his desk

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