Uhlarik sentenced Leavitt to 2 1/2 years in prison, of which she must serve 2 years, with the balance suspended. Leavitt, who had been held on $50,000 cash bail since her arraignment last December, was given credit for 101 days served.
Following her release, Leavitt must wear a monitoring bracelet and be under house arrest for six months, then be on probation for five years, during which she cannot drive. A 15-year loss of license was also imposed. In addition, Leavitt must stay away from alcohol, is subject to random screenings, and was ordered to pay various court fees.