From the Chicago Tribune:
Former Bulls forward Ronnie Brewer pleaded no contest on Tuesday to a misdemeanor charge of driving under the influence of alcohol stemming from his February arrest in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles prosecutors said.
Brewer, 29, entered his plea through an attorney during a hearing in Los Angeles Superior Court, Deputy District Attorney Stephen Miyata said, admitting that his blood-alcohol concentration on that night was .15 percent.
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge sentenced Brewer to three years summary probation and ordered him to attend three months of alcohol abuse classes and 10 Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, Miyata said.
A no contest plea is the legal equivalent of pleading guilty under California law.