The Defendant was seen driving with a cracked taillight lens by a member off the BSO DUI Task Force. The Deputy approached the vehicle and the Defendant had an odor of an alcoholic beverage, his eyes were bloodshot, his face was flushed and speech was slurred. The Defendant performed poorly on the roadside sobriety exercises and refused the breath test. The Firm filed a motion to suppress the stop based on the fact that a cracked taillight lens was not in violation of any Florida Traffic Laws. The Motion was granted and the State dropped all charges, including DUI and driving under suspension.