An officer from the Hallandale Police Department observed the Defendant make a wide right turn and cause a traffic crash. The Defendant left the scene of that crash and continued to drive. The Officer followed the Defendant in an effort to initiate a traffic stop. The Officer put on his emergency lights and siren and the defendant pulled his vehicle over to the curb. The officer was about to exit his fully marked vehicle when the defendant began to drive again. The Defendant then pulled over again approximately 50-100 feet later. Upon making, contact with the Defendant, Officers noticed the odor of an alcoholic beverage, bloodshot eyes and unsteadiness and slurred and accented speech. The defendant performed roadside sobriety exercises and did so poorly. The Defendant submitted to the breath test which registered .226/.225.g /210L. After the firm took the deposition of the stopping officer, it was able to demonstrate to the State Attorney that the Defendant did not commit the crime of Felony Fleeing and Eluding. All felony charges were dropped by the State.