Client rear ended another vehicle on a desolate stretch of roadway. The investigating officer suspected that the driver was under the influence and had the client perform roadside sobriety tests. Despite performing well on the sobriety exercises the client was arrested and charged with DUI. After the arrest the client was transported to the DUI Center and requested to submit to a breath test, he blew .117 / .130. The Ticket Clinic attorney reviewed the case and discovered inconsistencies in the video and the police report. Based upon the inconsistencies the Ticket Clinic attorney filed a motion to suppress. The matter was set for a hearing, the State called two witnesses, both were officers. The testimony was very favorable to the client, the judge reserved ruling on the motion because he wanted to review the videos in chambers. After the hearing, but before the judge ruled on the motion, the State dropped the DUI charge.