Tiger Woods' arraignment date moved to August

Tiger Woods is shown handcuffed in police dash cam video released on Wednesday. (Jupiter PD)

Tiger Woods will be arraigned on charges of suspicion of driving under the influence and illegal parking on Aug. 9, more than a month after the original hearing date of July 5.

Judge Sandra Bosso-Pardo didn’t given a reason in court filings for the change in date.

On Memorial Day, Woods was found asleep behind the wheel of his parked Mercedes-Benz by Jupiter (Fla.) police officers. After taking Woods through a series of field sobriety tests, which Woods failed, he was charged with driving under the influence.

A breathalyzer test showed that Woods had not been drinking alcohol. Woods did indicate to interrogating officers at the scene of the stop that he had been taking a number of prescription medications, including Vicodin, a strong pain medication, and Xanax, an anxiety medication.

“What happened was an unexpected reaction to prescribed medications. I didn’t realize the mix of medications had affected me so strongly,” Woods said in a public statement.

Woods is unlikely to appear at the hearing, with his legal representation filing for a waiver of the normal requirement for the defendant to appear.

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