The case was postponed on several occasions. It was delayed once the Hawks’ NBA season began, including dates in January and March, after again being placed on the court docket in October.
Budenholzer faces up to a year in jail, as much as a $1,000 fine, a driver’s license suspension and community services for a first-time offense. If Budenholzer is found guilty, he would also face a likely two-game suspension from the NBA. Current Bucks coach Jason Kidd was suspended for the first two games of the 2013-14 season while with the Nets after he pleaded guilty to driving while impaired.