Former New York Mets acting general manager Zack Scott was acquitted Thursday of DUI charges stemming from his arrest last August after he attended a fundraiser at owner Steve Cohen’s house.

"Today, after hearing and seeing all the evidence against our client, a judge in the White Plains City Court acquitted Zack Scott of all criminal charges against him," lawyer Bruce Bendish said in a statement.

"We are grateful for the judge’s diligent attention and consideration of the evidence, and believe he arrived at the only conclusion possible."

Scott was arrested in the early morning hours of Aug. 31 after police found him asleep at the wheel of his sport-utility vehicle at a traffic light and determined he was intoxicated.