Bruce Holland, of Greenwood, was found guilty of fleeing, careless driving, and improper passing.
Holland was also fined $900 and ordered to perform 400 hours of community service in lieu of jail, to be done in one year.
Holland's case stems from a police chase in Perry County for which he was not charged until two days after it happened. Holland was behind the wheel of a Nissan 350Z and before being charged claimed he did not know how fast he was going.
The Perry County Sheriff's Office said Holland refused to pull over when a deputy chased him in a pursuit that involved speeds over 110 miles per hour.
At the time of the incident, there was some question about whether or not to follow an old law that gave privilege from arrest to lawmakers during the legislative session and 15 days before and after.
When it was later revealed that the privilege law was meant for civil cases and not criminal ones, the situation changed and Holland was charged with the misdemeanors of fleeing, careless driving and improper passing by Larry Jegley, the Prosecuting Attorney for both Perry and Pulaski counties.
Holland later made an apology for the incident on the floor of the Arkansas Senate.