Alec Baldwin was arraigned in a New York courtroom on Monday following his arrest earlier this month for an alleged altercation over a parking spot.
According to NBC News, Baldwin was charged with attempted assault and harassment charges, which were deemed misdemeanor and violation-level charges, respectively. Per the AP (via USA Today), Baldwin had originally been arrested for assault and harassment; however prosecutors downgraded the charges on Monday.
Per NBC News, Baldwin’s attorney said video evidence would prove the actor didn’t do anything wrong during the arraignment. Deadline also reported the actor didn’t enter a plea or say anything during his court appearance.
According to NBC News, the hearing lasted less than a minute, and Baldwin was released on his own recognizance.
He is due back in court in January.