TWIN FALLS, Idaho -- A trial has been scheduled for a south-central Idaho judge charged with excessive drunken driving in Ada County.
The Times-News reports Twin Falls County 5th District Magistrate Judge Nicole Cannon has pleaded not guilty to the DUI charge. Her trial is scheduled to being in Idaho's 4th District Court on Aug. 28 in Boise, where she was cited during an April traffic stop.
Police say Cannon had a blood alcohol level of nearly three times the legal limit.
Fifth Judicial District Court administrator Linda Wright has said Cannon will not hear DUI cases while her own case is pending. In Ada County, several 4th District judges have disqualified themselves from hearing Cannon's case.
A judge can choose to seek disqualification if he or she knows the defendant.