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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Richard Ringell
A former District of Columbia mayoral candidate has pleaded not guilty to a charge of driving without a valid license.
A D.C. Superior Court magistrate judge found Marion Barry not guilty yesterdayof driving while under the influence of alcohol and three associated charges.
Judge Richard Ringell advised him to obtain a D.C. license before he returns to court and said he could be jailed if he's caught driving again without a valid license.
02 alcohol level, Judge Ringell said.