News outlets are currently reporting that professional golfer Tiger Woods has been arrested in Jupiter, Florida.
Woods, age 41, was stopped by police at 3 a.m. on Monday morning for driving under the influence.
He was released from Palm Beach County Jail at 10:50am, almost 8 hours after his arrest.
The blood-alcohol legal limit while driving in Florida is .08.
These are the possible penalties for Tiger Woods.
- Fine - $250 to $500.
- Community Service - 50 Hours.
- Probation - Not more than 1 Year.
- Imprisonment - Not more than 6 Months.
- Imprisonment with BAL of .08 or higher with a minor in the vehicle, not more than 9 months.
- License Revocation - Minimum of 180 days.
- DUI School - 12 Hours.
Many people will recall Woods' altercation with his now ex-wife Elin Nordegren in 2009, she allegedly hit Woods' car with a golf club after he crashed into a tree on their property. Woods was alleged to be under the influence at the time, but he was not charged with a DUI.
At the time, Woods was steadily solidifying his position as the best golfer in history, but the accident opened a can of worms the world wasn't ready for.
As it turned out, the pro-golfer was a serial cheater on his wife Elin. Elin finding out is what sent her to chase after him with a golf club, but what she didn't know was just how many women her husband was being unfaithful with.
It came out that Tiger Woods had over 120 affairs during his 5 year marriage, with one of the women claiming Woods paid her $10 million to keep quiet about the affair.
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