Eleven defendants in pending driving under the influence cases entered guilty pleas on Monday in Carbon County Court.

Judge Steven R. Serfass accepted the pleas from the following:

David Thomas Lupino, 31, of Line Lexington, Bucks County, was arrested on July 6 along Mauch Chunk St., by Mahoning Township police. Given a test, the result was 10BAC.

At the stop police found drug paraphernalia. Lupino also pleaded to possession of drug paraphernalia.

A first offense, he was placed on probation for six months and ordered to get a drug and alcohol evaluation and follow any recommendation for treatment, and render 50 hours of community service.

On the possession count he was placed on probation for a year, consecutive to the DUI charge, and render another 50 hours of community service.

Nora Santiago, 55, of Albrightsville, was arrested on Nov. 29, 2012, along SR534 in Penn Forest Township, by state police at Fern Ridge. Given a test, the result was .20BAC. He also pleaded to a summary motor vehicle code count of careless driving.

A first offense, she was placed on probation for six months and ordered to get a D&A evaluation and render 25 hours of community service. On the summary charge she was fined $25.

Erik Sabol, 30, of Lansford, was arrested on Aug. 28, 2012, along Mill Road by Mahoning Township police. Given a test, the result showed the presence of a controlled substance.

Serfass sentenced him to serve 72 hours to six months in jail, a fine of $1,000, one year license suspension, get a D&A evaluation, and render 25 hours of community service.

He will begin the jail term at 10 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 1.

Danall G. Greenzweig, 29, of Summit Hill, was arrested on March 17, 2011, by state police at Lehighton along SR209 in Towamensing Township. Given a test, the result was .21BAC. He also pleaded to summary counts of speeding, financial responsibility, and driving under suspension.

On the DUI charge he was sentenced to serve five days to six months in jail, a fine of $300, one year license suspension, get a D&A evaluation, and render 25 hours of community service. He was given credit for 23 days spent in jail on the charge and was paroled.

On the driving under suspension charge he was sentenced to serve 30 days in jail and pay a fine of $1,000; on the speeding charge a fine of $125; and on the financial responsibility count a fine of $300. The jail term is concurrent to the DUI charge.

Dominick Fornaro, 25, of Slatington, was arrested on Jan. 19 by state police at Lehighton along SR209 in Lehighton. Given a test, the result was .09BAC.

A first offense, he was placed on probation for six months and ordered to pay a fine of $300, get a D&A evaluation, and render 25 hours of community service.

Joseph Kehrli III, 40, of Jim Thorpe, was arrested on July 7 in the parking lot of Bear Creek Plaza, in Penn Forest Township, by state police at Lehighton. Given a test, the result was .11BAC.

A first offense, he was placed on probation for six months and ordered to get a D&A evaluation, pay a fine of $300, and render 25 hours of community service.

Lawrence Michael Mustacchio, 54, of Summit Hill, was arrested on Sept. 12, 2012, along Second St., in Lehighton by state police at Lehighton. Given a test, the result was .11BAC.

Sentencing was deferred.

Justine Troxell, 29, of Lehighton, was arrested on Feb. 4 along Bankway in Lehighton by state police at Lehighton. Given a test, the result was .21BAC.

Sentencing was deferred.

Bret M. Hoffman, 55, of Palmerton, was arrested on June 22, along Avenue A by Palmerton police. Given a test, the result was .15BAC.

A first offense, he was placed on probation for six months and ordered to pay a fine of $300, get a D&A evaluation, and render 25 hours of community service.

Steven R. Matson, 48, of Nesquehoning, was arrested on March 10 along Mauch Chunk St., by Mahoning Township police. Given a test, the result showed the presence of a controlled substance.

Serfass sentenced him to serve 72 hours to six months in jail, a fine of $1,000, one year license suspension, get a D&A evaluation, and render 25 hours of community service.

He was given credit for spending 35 days in a inpatient rehabilitation program and paroled.

Theodore Car Phelps III, 22, of Bath, was arrested on April 26, along SR248 in Franklin Township by state police at Lehighton. Given a test, the result showed the presence of a controlled substance.

Sentencing was deferred.

Each defendant sentenced must also pay court costs, which average about $1,000, and pay a $50 per month supervision fee while on probation or parole.