The Defendant was driving his commercial work vehicle and rear ended another car. The occupants of the other car said they were injured and the police were called to the scene. After making contact with the drivers, the officers noticed the strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the Defendant, and that he had slurred speech. After the accident investigation was complete, roadside exercises were performed. According to the officer, the Defendant performed poorly. The Defendant was arrested and charged with his 3rd DUI and Refusal to Submit to Breath Testing (as he had refused a breath test in the past). After thoroughly working on the case and uncovering a number of “issues” with the State’s case, the DUI charge was dropped and the Refusal to Submit to Breath Testing count was dropped as well.