The Defendant was speeding coming from Boca Raton into Deerfield Beach going 47 in a 30 mph zone. The Defendant continued southbound and began to weave in his vehicle almost striking a curb. The Defendant’s vehicle was stopped by a Broward Sheriff’s Deputy. The Deputy made contact with the Defendant and noticed the odor of an alcoholic beverage, flushed face, bloodshot watery eyes, droopy eyelids and slurred speech. The Defendant repeatedly asked the Officer to explain the reason for stopping his vehicle. The Defendant was then asked to exit his car to perform roadside sobriety exercises. At that time, the Deputy noticed that the Defendant’s pants were open and his pubic area was exposed. The Defendant performed poorly on the exercises and was arrested for DUI as a result. The Defendant then refused to submit to a breath test on video. The video reflected the defendant to have slightly slurred speech and that he was acting in a strange manner. The firm filed a Motion to Suppress the Defendant’s Refusal to Submit to Testing based upon an improper reading of Florida’s Implied Consent Law which the State conceded to. All DUI charges were dropped.