On December 26, 2015, the Defendant was stopped based on a 911 call regarding a domestic violence incident. After making contact with the driver, the Deputy noticed a strong odor of alcohol and his eyes were bloodshot and watery. The officer then requested assistance from a DUI investigator. The Defendant was requested to perform field sobriety exercises with he agreed. During the exercises, the Defendant exhibited multiple clues of impairment and subsequently arrested for DUI. The Defendant provided two breath samples of .115 and .122.
Results: The firm provided a copy of the original 911 call and notes to the prosecutors along with a motion to suppress the stop. Before the firm filed the motion to suppress, the State dropped the DUI charge.