Former Mass. Turnpike Authority chief Matt Amorello, left, leaves Haverhill District Court after his hearing in Haverhill, Mass., Tuesday Nov. 30, 2010. Under his admission to "sufficient facts" to ... more 
Former Mass. Turnpike Authority chief Matt Amorello, left, leaves Haverhill District Court after his hearing in Haverhill, Mass., Tuesday Nov. 30, 2010. Under his admission to "sufficient facts" to charges of operating under the influence and leaving the scene of an accident, Amorello did not plead guilty, but acknowledged that if the case went to trial, there would be sufficient evidence for a jury to convict. He was ordered to give up his driver's license for 45 days and to pay more than $500 in fines. less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Cheryl Senter, Pool
Tue, Nov 30, 2010 3:12 PM EST