The police followed our client for speeding. Our client then attempted to parallel park his car, but struck the curb with his tires. Upon making contact, the officer noticed watery/glassy eyes, and the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from our client. Our client denied drinking, but said that his passenger was impaired. Our client agreed to perform roadside exercises. Our opinion was that our client performed well on these exercises, but the officer arrested him for DUI based on his performance. Our client was offered a breath test, but refused. After a thorough investigation and difficult negotiations with the State, the DUI charge was dropped.