"Ray Donovan" Actor Pooch Hall Will Not Do Jail Time For Child Endangerment DUI Case

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Back in October, Marion “Pooch” Hall was arrested after the actor was driving drunk, permitting his two-year-old son to sit down on his lap and steer the wheel, ultimately crashing right into a parked automobile. When police arrived on the scene, after getting calls of a kid driving a car, Marion’s BAC was at .25, thrice over the authorized restrict.

TMZ now reviews that Marion has struck a plea deal and won’t be doing jail time for the irresponsible act. The Ray Donovan actor entered a no contest plea to misdemeanor DUI and to baby endangerment. He can be on a three-year probation and must full a three-month alcohol program. 

"Ray Donovan" Actor Pooch Hall Will Not Do Jail Time For Child Endangerment DUI Case
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After Marion was arrested, the L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services opened an investigation surrounding the case and interviewed Marion’s household and mates to see if such baby endangerment occurred earlier than. This occasion was seemingly an remoted incident which can be why Marion will not be serving jail time.