Paul Pelosi, the spouse of U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, has been condemned to five days in prison.

He has been sentenced on Tuesday for Harsh driving.

Pelosi, 82, was arrested on May 28 and later accused of driving impaired and causing injury.

Pelosi is heard telling a cop he had a "glass of wine before supper" and "one glass of champagne," and that he was drinking somewhere in the range of 7 and 8 p.m.

Officials "noticed objective signs and side effects of liquor inebriation," and Pelosi had red, watery eyes and showed up "shaky on his feet,"

Causing a car accident, and having a blood liquor level above 0.08 percent.

His charge was excused after Pelosi entered a blameworthy supplication.

Thus he was released and won't need to remain in prison for two of days because of appropriate conduct.

 He is going to carry out three years of assessment and pay $4,927 in casualty compensation for hospital expenses and lost compensation.

Pelosi didn't show up in court for his condemnation.