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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- A federal judge arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol in January has pleaded guilty.

Judge Glen E. Clark pleaded guilty yesterday to alcohol-related reckless driving. The charge is a class B misdemeanor, which will allow Clark to keep his driver license.

The U-S Bankruptcy Court judge had no comment yesterday about the case, other than to say it had not affected his job. He told the Salt Lake Tribune he's still on the bench.

In January, officers pulled over the 61-year-old judge after he failed to stop while making a right turn on a red light in Murray.

A Utah Highway Patrol Trooper said Clark displayed "massive" impairment and blew a point-10 on the Breathalyzer.

Clark's sentencing hearing is scheduled for July 6th.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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