Rand Paul’s Son Pleads Guilty to Driving Under the Influence

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William Paul's mugshotPhoto: Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office

William Paul, the son of presidential hopeful Rand Paul, pled guilty to a DUI charge in a Kentucky court on Tuesday. Paul was cited in April for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence and failure to maintain insurance.

Paul’s license is suspended for 45 days and will be reinstated after he successfully completes alcohol-education classes. He’s also been ordered to pay $718 in fines and court fees, according to WKYT.

This isn’t Paul’s first run-in with the law. He was previously charged with underage drinking, disruptive conduct, and simple assault.