Golfer Tiger Woods has pleaded not responsible to a cost of Driving Beneath the Affect (DUI) following his arrest in Palm seashore, Florida in Might.
He’s now anticipated to confess to a lesser cost of reckless driving and enter a 12-month probation program.
Dashcam footage of his arrest was launched by police in Florida after they discovered him asleep on the wheel.
Mr Woods later apologised, blaming the incident on “an sudden response to prescribed drugs”.
A blood pattern taken after his arrest examined constructive for painkiller Vicodin and antidepressant Xanax, however proved he had no alcohol in his system.
Mr Woods didn’t seem in courtroom in Palm Seashore and his lawyer entered the cost on his behalf.