Kelly Lewis Standon was sentenced by Yellowstone County District Judge Susan Watters to 13 months in state custody, followed by four years of probation, for felony DUI. Watters also ordered Standon to pay a $1,000 fine, and she recommended him for a state alcohol treatment program.
Standon received a concurrent six-month suspended jail sentence and $250 fine for a misdemeanor count of driving without insurance. Two other misdemeanor charges were dismissed as part of a plea agreement.
Standon has three prior DUI convictions in 1995 and a fourth in 1996. Prosecutors could not charge him as a persistent felony offender, which carries an enhanced sentence, because Standon’s most recent conviction was more than five years ago.