Officers discovered the Client's vehicle sitting at a green light for a period of time that required other vehicles to go around him. Law enforcement made a traffic stop because the Client was obstructing traffic. As a result they discovered that the Client smelled of alcohol and they then observed marijuana in the car within plain view. The Officer asked the Client to submit to sobriety exercises, which he refused to do. After refusing to do said exercises, the Client was arrested and taken to jail where he refused to give a breath sample. The Firm argued to the State that they may have evidence of marijuana, but no real evidence of DUI. The State eventually agreed and dismissed the DUI charge completely. In addition, the State agreed not to convict the Client on the Marijuana count, which saved the Client's license.