Rocker Vince Neil’s June Las Vegas drunken driving case is officially over.
Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Eric Goodman closed Neil’s case after determining he had completed the terms of his sentence.
After the hearing, Neil’s lawyer, David Chesnoff, said the Motley Crue frontman was happy to have finished the requirements, which included donating $500 to Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
As part of the deal, Neil was sentenced to 15 days in the county jail and 15 days on house arrest. In February, he spent 10 days in the Clark County Detention Center and 11 days on house arrest. The sentences were shortened because of his volunteer work.
Neil next faces misdemeanor domestic battery and disorderly conduct charges after an alleged poking incident involving his ex-girlfriend, former local television entertainment reporter Alicia Jacobs, at the Las Vegas Hilton in March.
Neil, who has maintained his innocence in that case, is looking forward to the trial, Chesnoff said.
He is scheduled to appear May 2 in Las Vegas Justice Court.