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FT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – A Broward judge who was charged last year after she hit a parked Broward Sheriff deputy’s car in the courthouse parking lot has resigned.

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Judge Lynn Rosenthal, who was facing a disciplinary hearing stemming from actions, will leave the bench effective October 31st, according to The Sun-Sentinel.

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Rosenthal was originally charged with DUI for the May 27th incident. A state attorney, however, reduced the charge to reckless driving. Rosenthal was sentenced to three months of probation after she pleaded no contest.

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The judge has maintained she took an incorrect dose of the generic form of Ambien CR, a prescribed sleep medication, which she took for the first time the night before the accident for insomnia. Rosenthal also said she had lapse in judgment due to a “personal family crisis.”