A police officer in an unmarked vehicle was on his way to investigate a shooting. As he was driving, the Defendant’s vehicle approached him extremely quickly, swerved into a turn lane, and cut off the officer. The officer conducted a traffic stop and noticed that the defendant smelled like alcohol, had a flush face and bloodshot eyes. Another officer was brought out to conduct the DUI investigation. The Defendant indicated he would not be able to pass the DUI tests. He admitted to drinking several drinks just prior to driving. He agreed to do the roadside exercises and performed poorly on all of them. He was eventually arrested and provided a breath sample above the legal limit of .08. The attorney for the firm prepared the case for trial. On the day of trial, the State Attorney dropped the DUI case.