SAN MARCOS, Texas (AP) - A Central Texas judge who presides over DWI cases has pleaded no contest to drunken driving and was sentenced to three days in jail.
Hays County Court-at-Law Judge David Glickler on Wednesday pleaded no contest to misdemeanor driving while intoxicated in the May 2015 incident.
A visiting judge in San Marcos then sentenced Glickler, who earlier apologized. Glickler receives credit for time served following his arrest, during an Interstate 35 traffic stop, so he faces serving one day in jail.
Patrol car video shows Glickler telling the officer several times that he was not intoxicated and that he is a judge in Hays County. The officer is heard responding that Glickler is also a citizen.
A special prosecutor handled the case.
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