For DUI, former prosecutor gets jail time, probation & a chance to reverse her record Jolene Maloney was charged with DUI on April 8, 2016.BY KATY MOELLER Jolene Maloney was serving as the top prosecutor for Boise County when she was charged with driving under the influence of intoxicants last April — a felony under Idaho law because it was her third DUI within a decade. She stepped down soon after.Maloney pleaded guilty in January and was sentenced Friday at the Ada County Courthouse in Boise.If she successfully completes serving 120 days in jail and seven years of supervised probation, she can petition the court to dismiss her conviction entirely under a withheld judgment. The alternative? “A prison sentence can be forthcoming if the defendant wants to take that risk,” 4th District Judge Jason Scott said.
Nobody is immune. One prosecutor with whom I had a number of trials, drove his car into a lake.