Justin Bieber's court case following his arrest for driving under the influence in South Florida earlier this year is expected to conclude on Wednesday.
It is understood that the pop star will plead guilty to the lesser charges of careless driving and resisting an officer without violence, take an anger management course and make a $50,000 (approximately £30,000) charitable donation, in addition to paying court fines, reports the Miami Herald.
The 12-hour anger management course will be attended privately and feature online videos that depict the stories of real-life DUI cases.
The Baby singer is not expected to appear at the hearing, which is to be held on Wednesday afternoon.
Justin was arrested in the early hours of 23 January for driving under the influence and drag racing in Miami Beach in a rented Lamborghini, with R&B singer Khalil Amir Sharieff, who was driving a Ferrari.
Miami Beach Police tweeted confirmation of the news shortly afterwards, stating "#BreakingNews confirming @justinbieber has been arrested for DUI & Drag Racing more info & press release coming."
An hour later the Twitter account added that singer Khalil had also been arrested for drag racing.
Justin has had his fair share of brushes with the law this year.
In July, another case involving the star was resolved when the 20-year-old pleaded no contest to a misdemeanour vandalism charge for throwing eggs at his neighbour's home, also in January.
As well as sentencing him to two years' probation, California's court ordered Justin to pay $80,900 (£47,160) in damages, serve five days of community service and complete an anger management programme.
Meanwhile, in Toronto he faces allegations that he assaulted a limousine driver in December. The case has been adjourned until 8 September.