UPDATE: Barkley pleads guilty; to serve 5 days in jail, pay fine

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UPDATE on 2/23: According to the Scottsdale Justice Court, Charles Barkley pleads guilty to DUI and failure to stop at a stop sign.

He will pay a fine of $2,028.40 and serve only five days of a sentenced 10 days in jail after attending an alcohol rehab program.

The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office said if Barkley is remanded to their custody he would serve time in Tent City. MCSO has not received orders from the court at this time, however they could receive orders tomorrow.

MCSO said the judge could remand Barkley to another jurisdiction to serve his five days.

For the stop sign violation he agreed to attend traffic school.

ORIGINAL: PHOENIX -- Former Suns star Charles Barkley was slated to make an appearance in court Friday for a pretrial hearing for a drunk-driving arrest on Dec. 31.

BAC nearly twice legal limit

However, the case has been continued.

Police stopped Barkley after he rolled through a stop sign at 75th Street and Sixth Avenue in Old Town Scottsdale.

Barkley admitted to drinking with friends at a club earlier in the night.

He allegedly performed poorly on a field-sobriety test and then refused a breathalyzer.

The former All-Star was taken in for a blood test, which showed his blood-alcohol content to be .15, which is nearly twice the legal limit of .08.