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Southfield 46th District Judge Cynthia Arvant also ordered the five-time NBA All-Star to undergo regular alcohol and drug testing and fined him $2,045 in court fees, according to court documents obtained my MLive.
Hardaway could have faced up to six months in jail if found guilty. According to court records, Hardaway was arrested April 23 near his home in Beverly Hills and charged with operating a vehicle with a blood-alcohol content level of .17, more than twice Michigan’s legal limit. He was pulled over for excessive speeding.
Detroit Pistons assistant coach Tim Hardaway faces up to six months in jail after pleading no contest Thursday to violating Michigan’s so-called “super-drunk” driving law. Beverly Hills police arrested Hardaway about midnight April 23, after spotting him speeding on 13 Mile near Lahser. They stopped him as he pulled into his driveway, said his lawyer, Mitch Ribitwer.
Detroit Pistons assistant coach Tim Hardaway is due back in court next week for violating a bond agreement following his April arrest in Beverly Hills for drunken driving. Hardaway has a pre-trial conference scheduled for Sept. 8 in Oakland County District Court after he was deemed a no-show for court-ordered daily sobriety testing at least 14 times, according to documents reviewed by MLive.