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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- A federal bankruptcy judge arrested in January for drunken driving has been fined 882 dollars and ordered to perform 48 hours of community service.
U-S Bankruptcy Court Judge Glen Clark also was put on 12 months probation.
The sentence was typical for a first-time offender.
Justice Court Judge P. Gary Ferrero yesterday also ordered Clark to complete a D-U-I education class and set an in-court review for October sixth.
The 61-year-old Clark pleaded guilty last month to alcohol-related reckless driving. It's a charge that allows him to keep his driver license.
Clark was stopped by the highway patrol on January 16th when, after drinking at the strip club Southern Exposure, he failed to stop for a red light in Murray.
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