Police came into contact with our client who was passed out at the wheel in the middle of the road. Officers claimed that they smelled the odor of alcohol on his breath and had to use smelling salts to wake him up. The police had our client perform field sobriety exercises and claimed that he did poorly. The client was arrested and agreed to provide a breath sample, which revealed that the client’s breath alcohol level was .06; under the legal limit. The police then demanded a urine sample to test for drugs, the client refused but admitted to having some drugs in his system. The state charged our client with DUI. The lawyers at The Ticket Clinic took the case to trial where the client was acquitted of all charges.