Justin Bieber Pleads Not Guilty to DUI
The pop star will fight the counts of resisting arrest, driving with an expired license and driving under the influence.
On Wednesday, Bieber’s lawyer Mark Shapiro entered a written “not guilty” plea ahead of the scheduled February 14 arraignment.
The court date will still happen, although Bieber is not required to be present.
It’s possible that additional charges could be added before February 14.
In the days since his arrest, questions have been raised about the initial police report (which claims Bieber smelled of alcohol and was speeding in a residential area).