Updated: Thursday, 17 May 2012, 11:04 PM EDT
Published : Thursday, 17 May 2012, 3:50 PM EDT
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va (WAVY) - Old Dominion University star basketball player Kent Bazemore appeared in court today, and a judge suspended his jail sentence if he completes the Alcohol Safety Action Program (ASAP) and has good behavior for a year.
The court appearance comes after court records allege Bazemore did not fulfill the conditions of his sentence after a DUI charge.
10 On Your Side was in court today when Bazemore told the judge that he never received the letter from ASAP. The judge replied to Bazemore that he still knew that he needed to comply.
Bazemore was originally sentenced to 120 days in jail, but it was suspended if he completed the ASAP program. When he did not comply, Virginia Beach police arrested Bazemore as he was preparing to play the last game of his college career .
Last summer, Kent Bazemore was convicted of driving under the influence charge, Virginia Beach spokeswoman Margie Hobbs said. When he didn't show up to a court appearance, an arrest warrant was issued.
Bazemore has to pay court costs from today's appearance.
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