Country legend Glen Campbell has been sentenced to spend 10 nights in jail after pleading guilty to extreme drink driving.

The RHINESTONE COWBOY singer will be allowed out each day for 12 hours on a work programme, but must return to custody each night. He'll begin his sentence on 1 July (04).

Campbell was also ordered to pay a $900 (GBP500) fine and placed on probation for two years. He was also ordered to serve 75 hours of community service.

He was arrested in November (03) after failing to stop after hitting a car at an intersection near his home.

16/06/2004 02:37