The defendant was approached by an officer after he exited a bar and was walking to his car. The officer told him that he saw him drive around a \”road closed\” sign and park in a no parking zone. The defendant responded that he forgot his credit card in the bar and had to get it. The officer made observations consistent with impairment and decided to begin a DUI investigation. The defendant refused to perform field sobriety exercises and refused to give a breath sample. He was arrested. Halfway through the trial, we argued that there was little to no evidence that our client was driving the vehicle. The judge agreed and dismissed the case.