A Maryland delegate from Harford County was ordered to serve two days in jail last week for drunken driving, after a judge suspended the rest of his 60-day sentence.
Republican Del. Richard Impallaria, was convicted in January of driving while intoxicated in Ocean City, Md., last summer during the annual Maryland Association of Counties summer conference.
On Friday, Worcester County Circuit Court Judge Thomas Groton sentenced Impallaria to 60 days in jail, the state's maximum penalty, and 18 months supervised probation, according to court records.
Groton then suspended most of the jail time because of concerns...