Williams was found guilty of driving while ability impaired and driving without his headlights on. He faces a minimum of 10 days and up to one year in jail, $600 to $1,500 in fines and 48 to 120 hours of community service, according to the Denver Post.
Williams also faces having two to four games added to his six-game suspension he is facing for failing a performance-enhancing drug test during last year’s training camp.
Durring the arrest, Williams refused a blood or breath sample, so his blood alcohol level is unknown.
Arresting Denver police officer Brian Klaus and assisting DUI officer Daniel Swint were the only two witnesses who testified in the case.
Both said Williams smelled of alcohol and had bloodshot, watery eyes when he was pulled over for driving without his headlight on.
Both officers said they did not know who Williams was and he did not reveal his identity.
Williams’ attorney Harvey Steinberg’s requested a mistrial after a police officer admitted to taking Williams to detox. Steinberg argued that there was no evidence to prove Williams’ sobriety and he should not have been taken to detox.
The Judge denied the motion.