GREELEY — The Weld County assistant district attorney has pleaded guilty to driving while ability impaired, and is now on supervised probation.
Michael Rourke will be required to complete 24 hours of public service during the next four months, and pay an alcohol evaluation fee of $200.
A Colorado State Patrol trooper stopped Rourke along Interstate 25 for speeding on May 1. A breathalyzer test revealed a reading of .07, just below the state's legal limit for driving under the influence.
Rourke was charged with driving while ability impaired.
He was suspended 30 days, but was reinstated to his position Wednesday.
The Larimer County district attorney's office says the case will be dismissed in a year if Rourke complies with all of the terms of his probation.
Rocky Mountain News