It's his job to make sure drunk drivers face consequences for the crime. But the Spink County State's Attorney faces consequences of his own.
A judge revoked Victor Fischbach's driver's license for 30 days after he pleaded guilty to driving drunk. Authorities arrested him earlier this month on a rural road northeast of Mellette.
His jail time is suspended. He must pay a $400 fine, plus $84 in court costs and $145 for blood testing fees.
In addition to prosecuting cases in Spink County, Fischbach is also the president of the South Dakota State's Attorney's Association.