On May 29th, Tiger Woods was arrested in Florida for a suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol. Wood’s arraignment charge was scheduled for Wednesday, August 9, 2017 but was then moved to October 25, 2017. Woods was not present at the courthouse and no plea was entered by him. When a defendant enters the first-offender program, the state will drop the DUI charge and the defendant must plead guilty to a lesser charge such as reckless driving. Once Woods enters the program, he must complete DUI school, probation, and there will be a ban on alcohol and drug consumption. The first-offender program does not expunge the defendants record, rather it shows up with no guilty conviction. If the defendant fails to complete the program, he will have a second-degree misdemeanor charge on his record. On May 29th, Woods was found sleeping in his 2015 Mercedes Benz on the side of the road. The vehicle was running and the turn signal was left on. Police reported a tail light not working as well as damage to the rear bumper. There were no signs of an accident or any property damage. When police approached Woods, he was unconscious and not wearing a seatbelt. Police woke the defendant up and stated that he was slurring his words. The defendant was cooperative and completed a field sobriety test. When asked if he had been drinking, he said no. Woods claims that he had a reaction to the medication that he has been taking for his back pain. Police performed a breathalyzer test and Woods registered a 0.000, and he also completed a urine test. Woods made a statement on social media stating that he was receiving professional help to manage his medication for back pain as well as his sleep disorder. Woods also announced that he completed an out-of-state private intensive program.