The Client was stopped for failing to maintain a single lane and not stopping for a stop sign in a darkly lit intersection. The Officer suspected the Client to be under the influence of alcohol and requested the Client to perform some roadside exercises, which she did poorly on. Once arrested for DUI the Client refused to give a breath sample. During the investigation the Officer claimed that the Client resisted arrest, but once the Firm investigated the case it was determined that there was no resisting of any kind. These new facts combined with the fact that the probable cause for the stop of the Client was slightly weak, the State Attorney agreed to dismiss the DUI and the resisting arrest charge.