The defendant was driving southbound in the northbound lane. The officer proceeded to follow him and noticed that he swereved two times out of the lane and then drove on the shoulder for 100 yards before being pulled over. The officer noticed that the defendant had a strong odor of alcohol on his breath and that his eyes were bloodshot and glassy. The officer requested that the defendant perform field sobriety exercises and at the conclusion of the exercises he arrested the defendant. At the station, the defendant refused to take the breath test. The case went to trial and our client was found not guilty.