Britt faces charges of making false statements on a driver’s license application on two occasions and was released on $2,000 bond.
“We are on track to get this thing resolved,” said Jonathan Farmer, Britt’s attorney. “He is here in town to deal with this issue and is looking forward to putting it behind him.”
The New Jersey native has frequently run afoul of the law, particularly testing the limits of the league’s personal conduct policy during the lockout. The 22-year-old has a court date in Hoboken on July 12, and his court date in Tennessee has been scheduled for July 18th.