Williamson County Man Sentenced for Sixth DWI

Written by Andrew Traub

February 5, 2008

Oscar Barbosa, 51, of Williamson County was sentenced to 33 years in prison after pleading guilty to his sixth driving-while-intoxicated conviction on Monday.

He had been arrested in September because he was weaving on U.S. 183 in Liberty Hill, according to Williamson County District Attorney John Bradley.  A breath test found that Mr. Barbosa had more than two times the legal limit of alcohol for driving in his system.

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