Justin Bieber's attorney entered a not guilty plea to DUI, resisting arrest and driving with an expired license in Florida stemming from the singer's arrest in Miami last week.
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The plea was entered on Wednesday in Miami-Dade County. He also has an arraignment set for Feb. 14 on Valentine's Day.
Justin Bieber was arrested around 4 a.m. on Jan. 23 after leaving a Miami Beach club for drag racing and alleged DUI. Police allege the pop singer admitted to having beer, marijuana and prescription drugs in his system.
Police also said he failed a sobriety test.
SLIDESHOW: Justin Bieber: Through the Years The singer spent the rest of the night in jail, posted bail for $2,500 and exited the courthouse later in the day. As he left, he jumped up on a car and waved to a throng of fans.
This is a first-degree misdemeanor, which could get him up to six months in jail and have his license suspended for six months.