DENVER (CBS4)– Denver Nuggets point guard Ty Lawson will enter a 30-day treatment program on Saturday after his latest arrest for a DUI.

A motions hearing for Lawson’s case was delayed on Friday. It has been rescheduled for 1:30 p.m. Aug. 20. He was seen in the hallway of Denver court with his lawyer, Harvey Steinberg.

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Ty Lawson (credit: CBS)

Ty Lawson (credit: CBS)

Lawson was arrested in Los Angeles Tuesday and is scheduled to stand trial in a Denver DUI case next month.

After his January arrest in Denver, Lawson was ordered not to drink alcohol or violate laws as part of his bond. Prosecutors had asked a judge to require him to use a device, such as an ankle bracelet or a home breath tester, that monitors the body for alcohol.

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Lawson will not be required to wear an ankle monitoring device, instead the judge ordered him to use a stationary device called “Smart Start” an ignition interlock device.

The treatment program is in Malibu, Calif. Lawson will presumably fly to California on Friday evening.

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Denver Nuggets Ty Lawson walks behind his lawyer Harvey Steinberg in court on Friday (credit: CBS)

Denver Nuggets Ty Lawson walks behind his lawyer Harvey Steinberg in court on Friday (credit: CBS)

In January, Lawson reportedly drove 60 mph in a 35 mph zone and was pulled over. After that arrest, Lawson apologized to fans and said he would learn from his mistakes.