It took an Atlanta jury less than three hours Monday to find Atlanta Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer not guilty of driving under the influence.
Budenholzer was cleared on a DUI-driving less safe charge but the jury did find him guilty of driving with a broken tail light and he was fined $150.
Budenholzer testified in his own defense about when troopers stopped him in August of 2013 for allegedly driving with his lights off. He subsequently was arrested him on suspicion of DUI.
Budenholzer has said he thinks the trooper may have been confused about him being impaired because he has chronic redness around his eyes, previous ankle injuries and a foot surgery that causes imbalance