A Livermore woman has pleaded no contest to felony charges of having sexual relations with two teenage boys.
Christine Hubbs appeared Thursday morning at the in Pleasanton and agreed to serve five years in state prison, with three to 10 years of parole. She is scheduled to be sentenced March 25.
"I know it moves her life forward and she will pay retribution for what she has done," said Michael Cardoza, Hubbs' attorney. "(Christine) has sympathy and remorse for what happened and extends that to the families involved."
Hubbs, 42, will have to register as a lifetime sex offender, Judge Christine Moruza said in court.
She is charged with four felony counts, including unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor.
Hubbs previously pleaded not guilty to 67 felony counts, and five unrelated misdemeanor charges.
The misdemeanor charges stem from allegations that she drove her vehicle recklessly around town while a group of boys shot pellet guns at bystanders from the passenger windows.
The other felony counts and misdemeanor charges were dismissed as part of Hubbs' plea deal.
She was arrested in August after police received information that she was engaging in sexual relations with boys younger than 15.
An investigation found that the sexual assaults took place over an almost two-year period beginning in December 2008, police said.
Hubbs, who is married and has three children, had the option to do less time with four years in county jail, Cardoza said.
She decided on taking an additional year in prison based on having contact visits with her children and husband, Cardoza said.
Hubbs' sentencing is scheduled March 25 at 9 a.m. in Department 518 of the Hayward Hall of Justice.