A 22-year-old Sarasota man with a 2014 conviction for driving under the influence was sentenced to jail and fined more than $1,000.
Brent Strickland pleaded no contest to DUI and driving without a license and a 12th Judicial Circuit judge transferred the repeat offender from Manatee County jail to Sarasota County jail to await sentencing.
Strickland was arrested in April 2015 by Manatee County Sheriffâ€™s Office for DUI and driving without a valid license in Cortez after being clocked at 80 mph in a 35-mph zone.
In a Sarasota County court, Strickland was sentenced Dec. 10 to 90 days in jail, with credit for time served. His driverâ€™s license was revoked for five years.
Strickland was required to report to a probation officer after his Jan. 2 release from jail.
Strickland was sentenced to one-year probation, DUI school, referral treatment and a victim-impact panel. His vehicle was ordered impounded for 30 days and an alcohol detecting ignition device was ordered for two years.
Stricklandâ€™s court costs total $1,506, according to Sarasota County court records.
Stricklandâ€™s previous conviction stemmed from an incident on State Route 70 in Manatee County in February 2014.