The Defendant left a bar and entered his vehicle with a female companion. The Defendant was blocked in to a parking space by a law enforcement officer and was ordered from the vehicle. The officer noticed that the Defendant had an odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his breath and had bloodshot watery eyes. The Defendant was asked to perform roadside sobriety tasks and did so poorly. The Defendant Refused a breath test. The firm filed a Motion a Motion to Suppress the Illegal seizure of the Defendant based on the officer restricting the Defendant’s movement by use of his vehicle. The Motion was granted and the state dropped all charges.