According to the police, the Defendant was driving and his tag light was out. The officer pulled him over and noticed the odor of alcohol on his breath. When he exited the vehicle, he was unsteady on his feet, his eyes were bloodshot and his speech appeared to be slurred. He admitted to drinking several beers prior to driving. Another officer came out to conduct road side exercises. The Defendant performed poorly on all of them. He eventually was arrested for DUI and provided 2 breath samples above the legal limit: .108 and .100. The attorney for the firm investigated the case and filed a motion to suppress all of the evidence gathered. Rather than argue the motion, the State dropped the DUI charge.