An area motorist could face as much as five years in prison if she is convicted of driving under the influence (DUI).
A Huron County grand jury indicted Rebecca L. Finegan in February in connection with a Jan. 1 incident.
Finegan, 42, of Elyria, pleaded innocent to the felony charge Monday in Huron County Common Pleas Court. She has a June 6 trial scheduled.
The defendant's indictment states Finegan had been convicted of another DUI within 20 years of the 2013 offense.
If convicted of the new charge, she faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 120 days behind bars and a mandatory minimum fine of $1,350.
"I could give you as much as five years," Judge Jim Conway told her, referring to a prison term.
Finegan earlier posted a $10,000 bond.