Democratic Candidate Mila Johns has a Record
Mila Johns, a Democratic candidate for Delegate in the 18th District, has a record involving a peace order, driving with expired plates, and a DUI.
- Johns pleaded guilty to Driving Under the Influence on June 26, 2009. Johns was fined $250 and sentenced to supervised probation;
- A peace order issued against Johns in Montgomery County on November 21, 2013;
- In 2016 Johns plead guilty to Driving With an Expired Registration on November 18, 2015; Johns paid a $70 fine
Johns avoided a number of other charges as well, with the prosecution entering a nolle prosequi for;
- 2009 Case
- (DRIVING ATTEMPTING TO DRIVE) VEHICLE WHILE UNDER THE INFLUENCE PER SE
- (DRIVING, ATTEMPTING TO DRIVE) VEH. WHILE IMPAIRED BY ALCOHOL
- 2015 Case
- DRIVING VEHICLE ON HIGHWAY WITHOUT CURRENT REGISTRATION PLATES AND VALIDATION TABS
- OPERATING UNREGISTERED MOTOR VEHICLE ON HIGHWAY
- FAILURE TO DISPLAY REGISTRATION CARD UPON DEMAND BY POLICE OFFICER
- KNOWINGLY USING FALSIFIED VEH. DOCUMENT, REG. PLATE
Red Maryland questioned Johns about the charges through Twitter, but Johns has chosen not to respond. We will be happy to give an opportunity to explain these records.
— Red Maryland (@RedMaryland) March 11, 2018