Law enforcement stopped the Client’s vehicle because it was swerving on the roadway. Once stopped they observed that the Client appeared to be under the influence of alcohol. Officers asked the Client to perform sobriety exercises, which the Client performed poorly on. The Client was arrested for DUI and taken to jail where she refused to provide a breath sample. The Firm looked into the legality of the stop, and discovered that the Officer’s vehicle camera did capture the alleged driving pattern of the Client. However, the driving pattern didn’t match what the Officer stated in his report. The Client’s swerving was not as pronounced as the Officer had alleged. The Firm immediately filed a motion to suppress the stop of the Client’s vehicle as unconstitutional. The State eventually agreed to dismiss the DUI as a result.