Seven years and seven probation violations later, a drunk driver nearly killed a little girl, will go to jail.
Wednesday morning, a judge sentenced Travis William Gilpin to thirty days in jail.
Some say he got off much to easily.
"If this was a working class Hispanic man he'd have done five years a long time ago, said Kevin Glasheen, the attorney who represented Hanson's family during a civil suit.
In February of 2001, Travis William Gilpin crashed into a house, and nearly killed Hanson.
Gilpin pled guilty to intoxicated assault and was sentenced to ten years probation.
Prosecutors say he has violated the terms of his probation seven times over the past seven years.
He's been caught out past curfew, at a bar, and riding in a car when another person was driving drunk.
He's also received a DWI since the accident, and most recently was caught driving a boat drunk on Lake LBJ.
Gilpin will serve thirty days behind bars, then one weekend a month for the next two years.
He will also wear an alcohol monitoring device on his ankle.