Sen. Larry Craig is seeking to overturn his guilty plea stemming from an airport bathroom sex sting.
WASHINGTON (CNN) - Sen. Larry Craig won't resign from the Senate while awaiting a judge's ruling on his effort to get a guilty plea withdrawn in a restroom sex sting, a source said Wednesday.
A judge in Minnesota was to hear arguments Wednesday afternoon in the case.
The Idaho Republican was arrested June 11 during a police sting in a Minneapolis airport men's room for allegedly making sexual overtures to an undercover male police officer. He entered a written guilty plea to a disorderly conduct charge in August.
Craig had said he would resign from the Senate if he could not get the guilty plea overturned by this Sunday.