CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) _ A University of Virginia student whose arrest by state alcohol regulators has sparked protests and a state police investigation is headed to court in Charlottesville. Martese Johnson is to appear in General District Court today at 10 a.m. to face charges of public intoxication or swearing and obstruction of justice. The 20-year-old Chicago man’s attorney has said he’ll plead not guilty. Johnson’s arrest March 18 outside a bar has drawn wide attention because images of him with a bloody face spread quickly on social media. He also accused Alcoholic Beverage Control officers of racism. Johnson is African American. Gov. Terry McAuliffe has ordered a state police investigation of the incident. He also signed an executive order Wednesday requiring more training for ABC agents. The training would include lessons in cultural diversity.