The defendant’s car was stopped for making a wide turn and continuing to drive over the lane dividers. Upon making contact with the driver, the officer noticed red/glassy eyes, flushed face, and that the driver had difficulty producing documentation for the car. The officer also noticed the odor of alcohol, and the defendant admitting coming from a strip club. According to the officer, roadside exercises were performed poorly, and the defendant was arrested. A breath test was given with results of .123, .112. After the firm filed a Motion to Suppress, challenging the stop of the defendant’s car, the state dropped the DUI charge.