*Nate Dogg, 38, will face several felony charges in connection with the alleged stalking of his estranged wife, which included a car chase down a Los Angeles freeway.
The singer, born Nathaniel Dwayne Hale, will be arraigned July 16 on felony counts of making criminal threats, stalking and a misdemeanor charge of driving while his license was suspended for a drunken driving violation.
As previously reported, a woman identifying herself as Nate Dogg's wife called 911 from her vehicle to report that she was being chased by her husband on the 405 freeway. California Highway Patrol arrested and booked the singer on June 23. He was later released from the Twin Towers jail after posting a $50,000 bond.
His attorney, Mark Geragos, said Tuesday he looked forward to defending his client in court. "Unfortunately he's had a tough year and we look forward to getting him through it," Geragos said, according to the Associated Press.