Pete Doherty's Still Not Going to Jail


Oct. 26 2007, Published 6:56 a.m. ET

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In another turn of fortunate events for the troubled British rocker, a judge in the Pete Doherty case has given him a four-month suspended jail sentence. Pete had pleaded guilty to driving illegally while in possession of

crack cocaine, heroin, ketamine and cannabis.

The rocker is also subject to an 18-month

supervision order and a 12-month compulsory drug rehabilitation

order that includes drug tests twice a week.

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When asked if he was happy about the judgment, Pete only had this to say: "You

must be joking."


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