LOS ANGELES, May 4 (UPI) -- "Alamo" actor Jason Patric has been cleared of charges of public drunkenness and resisting arrest in Austin, Texas.
Travis County Attorney David Escamilla said his office has determined that Patric's actions didn't constitute resisting arrest according to Texas law, and a public intoxication charge also filed against the actor was dropped, Zap2it.com reported Tuesday.
"Merely retracting your arm, or some other similar uncooperative action, won't suffice to support a conviction," Escamilla said.
Patric, who has maintained his innocence since his March arrest, may now seek his own justice.
"I am really looking forward to going back to Austin and taking care of business," Patric said.
Michelle Bega, Patric's publicist, said the actor is consulting with attorneys "to consider his next step regarding his arrest, imprisonment and treatment at the hands of the Austin Police Department."
Patric plays James Bowie in "The Alamo."