North Dakota Superintendent of Public Instruction Pleads Guilty To DUI
Kirsten Baesler says she plans to seek treatment
BISMARCK, N.D. — Just hours after being charged with misdemeanor DUI, Kirsten Baesler pleads guilty.
The North Dakota Superintendent of Public Instruction was given one year of probation and $750 in fines for her first offense.
She also received a 10-day jail sentence which was suspended.
Last month, Baesler was stopped for driving erratically on I-94.
She refused a blood or breath test and was arrested.
She has said she plans to seek treatment.