The Client’s vehicle was stopped for speeding. Once stopped the Officer determined that the Client was impaired by alcohol and requested the Client perform sobriety exercises. The Client agreed to comply and did not perform well on the exercises. He was arrested and once at the jail he gave a breath sample over the legal limit. The Firm was retained and investigated the case. It was determined that the breath sample was barely over the legal limit. This fact, combined with the fact that there wasn’t a bad driving pattern, allowed the Firm to argue to the State that it wasn’t a bad case for trial. In addition, the Firm also argued that the Client was extremely cooperative and did not have a bad prior criminal history. The State agreed and dismissed the DUI.