A plea deal for veteran Fil-Am actor Lou Diamond Phillips that will see him serve two years probation following an arrest in Portland, Texas last November.
The La Bamba and Young Guns star was arrested last year for suspicion of driving while intoxicated.
He plead guilty and was given two years probation.
As part of his deal, Philipps is prohibited to drink for those two years and must not enter bars or taverns. He must also agree to a DWI education program, must wear a device that monitors his alcohol intake, and must report in person for probation in San Patricio County for the first four months of his sentence.