According to the police, a DUI taskforce officer witnessed the Defendant make a left turn down the wrong side of a divided road with a median. The officer stopped the Defendant. Upon making contact with her, the officer noticed the odor of alcohol on her breath. She had watery eyes and a flushed face. The officer asked her to perform roadside exercises and she agreed. She performed all 3 exercises poorly. The officer then spoke to the 2 passengers of the car who indicated that they had just met the Defendant an hour prior and got a ride from her. They indicated that her driving had scared them. The officer arrested the Defendant and requested that she submit to a breathalyzer. The Defendant refused. The attorney for the firm investigated the case and prepared for trial. On the day of trial, the State Attorney dropped the DUI charge.