Brian Kingston pleaded guilty to a D.W.I. charge on March 7th.
According to The Lamesa Press-Reporter, Kingston, 54, was sentenced to a suspended 30-day sentence in the Gaines County Jail.
The former 106th District Attorney was also placed on 6 months of community supervision and ordered to pay a $1,007 in fines and court costs.
Finally, Kingston must complete a 15-hour D.W.I. education program within 181 days of the plea agreement.
Kingston was arrested on September 9, 2011 about 6 miles east of Seminole in Gaines County.
Kingston was driving westbound on U.S. 180 when Gaines County Sheriff's deputies pulled him over.
Texas Department of Public Safety troopers soon joined deputies on the scene.
Kingston reportedly reeked of alcohol, and he allegedly admitted that he had been drinking earlier.
Kingston was the District Attorney for Dawson, Garza, Lynn and Gaines counties a the time of his arrest, but he is no longer in that position.
Kingston had reportedly tried to recuse Gaines County Judge Lance Celander from the his trial (which had been set for March 26th).
However, Texas 7th Administrative Judge Dean Rucker denied the Motion to Recuse in January.
As a result of his plea, Kingston waived his right to a trial.