Justin Bieber probably won't have romance on his mind on Valentine's Day: that's the day he's scheduled to be arraigned in a Florida court in connection with his arrest on DUI and other charges.
The arraignment will take place at 9 a.m. in Miami. Unless he cuts a deal before then, which would therefore require him to plead guilty or no contest, Bieber does not need to be present. The arraignment is taking place much sooner than prosecutors predicted. They initially estimated that it would take six to eight weeks to get a date.
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Justin's high-powered attorney, Roy Black, is expected to try to get key evidence, such as Breathalyzer test results, excluded before the arraignment takes place.