Justin Bieber faced the music on Thursday, Jan. 23.
The pop star appeared via closed circuit TV as a Miami judge set his bail at $2,500. The 19-year-old "Beauty and a Beat" singer rolled up his orange jumpsuit sleeves and said nothing during the hearing.
Hours earlier, the singer was stopped for drag racing on Pine Street Drive at 26th Street. He failed a field sobriety test, blowing a .014, and was subsequently arrested for driving under the influence. The legal drinking age in the state of Florida is 21. Bieber was charged with DUI, driving on an expired license and refusing arrest without violence. He and Crazy Khalil were booked at Miami-Dade County Jail.
Roy Black, whose previous clients include Joe Francis, Kelsey Grammer and Rush Limbaugh, is representing Bieber. The husband of Real Housewives of Miami star Lea Black, the 68-year-old attorney is perhaps most famous for getting William Kennedy acquitted of rape charges in 1991.
Black did not return E! News' immediate request for comment.
Miami mayor Philip Levine chastised the pop phenom and praised police via his official Facebook account that same day. "I commend the Miami Beach Police Department for their professionalism throughout the entire ordeal," the politician wrote. "As mayor, I encourage visitors to come to our city and enjoy our beautiful beaches and nightlife. However, everyone must respect the law and no preferential treatment will be afforded to anyone, regardless of their high-profile or celebrity status."