Sally Struthers Gets Trial Date in Maine DUI
Sally Struthers is due in court this September to face the DUI charge stemming from her Sept. 12, 2012 arrest, according to The Associated Press.
The All in the Family actress, 66, was arrested for drunk driving, specifically on an "OUI" (operating under the influence) charge in Oguinquit, Maine, shortly after midnight on Sept. 12, 2012, and maintained her innocence. She was released after posting $160 bail.
"Sally is working and she is fine," her rep told Us Weekly in a statement at the time. "We deny these charges."
The actress, who also starred as Babette in Gilmore Girls, was in the small town performing in a production of 9 to 5 at The Oguinquit Playhouse.
The AP reports that she must be present for the trial and that jury selection will begin Sept. 23 in York County Superior Court in Alfred. Per Sea Coast Online, the case was originally scheduled for bench trial in York District Court, but was transferred to the superior court in January after Struthers requested a jury trial.