Hubbs will serve three years on the first count, and eight months each on the remaining three, Drenick said in an email. In addition, Hubbs will have to register as a sex offender -- a lifetime requirement, according to Drenick -- and will have to pay restitution, fines and court costs.
In addition to dropping the felony charges, all misdemeanor counts against Hubbs were dismissed, Drenick said.
Hubbs, who has a husband and three children, was arrested on Aug. 5, a little more than a week after the mother of one of the victims reported possible illicit activity between her son and Hubbs.
Both boys were 14 years old when Hubbs began having sexual relationships with them, according to Livermore police.
Her official sentencing is set for March 25.
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