Former Dallas Mavericks player Jason Kidd was arrested for driving while intoxicated over the weekend.
Kidd, current point guard for the New York Knicks, veered off the road and into the woods after leaving a charity event in the Hamptons on Sunday. After leaving the roadway, Kidd struck a telephone pole.
He was charged with misdemeanor driving while intoxicated and treated for minor injuries. He is currently awaiting further court proceedings, but he may face up to one year in jail if found guilty of this charge.
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