The Client was stopped because a concerned citizen called law enforcement worried that he had followed her to her location and was afraid for her safety. Law enforcement arrived and found him parked in the middle of the gas station lot, not in a parking space and passed out over the steering wheel. They woke him up and discovered he seemed impaired by alcohol. He was asked to conduct sobriety exercises and performed extremely poor on said exercises. He was arrested for DUI and refused to provide a breath sample once at the jail. The Firm argued that the stop of the Client has issues as it related probable cause. The State agreed and dismissed the DUI charge.