ATLANTA, Oct. 4 (UPI) -- A judge Monday agreed to postpone former University of Georgia athletic director Damon Evans' drunk driving case.
Judge Calvin Graves granted the delay until Dec. 7 at the request of Evans' attorneys, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. Evans did not attend Monday's session.
Evans was arrested for driving drunk the night of June 30, just five minutes before his new contract with UGA was to take effect. It paid him more than $500,000 a year.
A state trooper pulled Evans over for making an erratic turn in Atlanta.
The trooper found Evans, who is married, in the car with a woman whose red panties were in his lap, according to the incident report.
Evans pleaded with the trooper not to arrest him as he and the woman were taken to the city jail. Five days later, he resigned.