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Bobby Brown has been sentenced to 55 days in jail for his most recent DUI arrest.
The sentence is dropped after Brown pleading no contest today on DUI and driving with suspended license, reports TMZ. Brown had his license suspended after an earlier 2012 DUI case.
Looking at his history of driving under the influence, the judge added 48 months of probation, $500 fine and penalty assessment and an 18-month alcohol program for the first count.
According to E! News, the judge added 36 months of probation for the second count, $300 fine plus penalty assessment, and ordered the singer to install ignition interlock device - a tool that will prevent his car from starting if the driver's alcohol level is above legal limit.
Brown was not present at his court hearing Tuesday, but was represented by attorney Tiffany Feder.
He has to attend three AA meetings in a week until March 20, the day he has to turn himself in to jail.
Brown was stopped by the police on early morning of October 24 last year for driving carelessly near the city of Tarzana, CA.
When stopped, the authorities found that he was driving under the influence with a suspended license and without the court-ordered dashboard Breathalyzer.