Actor John Cusack, who has appeared in such movies as "Eight Men Out" and "Say Anything," pleaded no contest in Beverly Hills Municipal Court Friday to a misdemeanor charge of driving under the influence of alcohol.
Cusack, 23, did not appear. Instead, his lawyer, Michael Chaney, entered the plea. Chaney said that under a plea bargain agreement, the actor will be sentenced to three years' informal probation and ordered to pay a fine. Cusack will also have his driver's license restricted for 90 days and will only be allowed to drive to and from work. He will also be ordered to attend a 90-day driving educational program.