Aug 9th, 2017
Charges against Tiger Woods dropped
As he enters diversion programme
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Tiger Woods has pleaded not guilty to driving under the influence and will enter a 'diversion' program later this year.
Palm Beach County Assistant State Attorney Adrienne Ellis said that Tiger entered the not guitly plea today, and confirmed that Tiger will enter a 'diversion' program on Oct. 25.
Under what is effectively a plea deal, prosecutors will drop the DUI charge from his arrest in May.
This apparently a common process in Palm Beach County, where many first time DUI's are offered a deal.
So it looks like Tiger can get back to working out and lobster fishing.