Novato – Mary Jane Brammer, a 57-year-old resident of the unincorporated Black Point area of Novato, was arrested Sunday night about 7 p.m. for driving under the influence (DUI) in the vicinity of San Marin High School.
Bail was set at $15,499 for Brammer who has at least two prior DUI’s. In 2010 Brammer pleaded guilty to driving with a blood alcohol level (BAL) of .08 percent or greater and was sentenced to three (3) years probation, 15 days in the county jail, a $2,256 fine and ordered to complete a Drinking Driver Program. Her actual BAL tested at .13 percent.
In 2008 Brammer had also pleaded no contest to the same violation, having failed a field sobriety test with a BAL test result of .18 percent.
In April of 2013, a decision and order by the Board of Registered Nursing revoked Brammer’s nursing license for multiple violations of their business and professions code, including unprofessional conduct, conviction(s) relating to the qualifications, functions and duties of a registered nurse, use of a controlled substance or alcohol in a manner dangerous to oneself and others, and a criminal conviction involving alcoholic beverages or controlled substances.