Crime Rebecca De Mornay Gets Three Years' Probation The Risky Business star entered a no-contest plea to a DUI misdemeanor By Stephen M. Silverman Published on February 6, 2008 09:20 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Risky Business star Rebecca De Mornay must serve three years’ probation after a no-contest plea was entered Tuesday in regard to her misdemeanor drunken driving charge. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge H. Chester Horn also fined the 48-year-old actress $350, in addition to unspecified penalties, as well as ordered her to complete a three-month program for DUI offenders, the Associated Press reports. De Mornay did not attend the brief hearing, but her attorney, Blair Berk, did. A second DUI charge was dismissed because of the no-contest plea, according to Los Angeles County district attorney’s office spokeswoman Sandi Gibbons. De Mornay was arrested Oct. 30 for a traffic violation in Beverly Hills. She subsequently failed a field sobriety test and later blew a .09 on a Breathalyzer (.08 is the legal limit). “She was very cooperative during the arrest,” said Beverly Hills police spokesman Tony Lee at the time.