Lamar Odom will be represented in his DUI case by powerhouse defense attorney Robert Shapiro, a man with a famous connection to Odom's in-laws.
If you missed it, Odom was arrested for DUI early Friday morning in L.A.
Police believe he was under the influence of both drugs and booze, though the contents of his system are not known as he refused all chemical tests.
Shapiro is known for plea bargaining, and will likely try to do so here.
Experts say the most likely scenario is that the NBA star pleads no contest to one count of DUI and gets probation, plus alcohol education counseling.