The Defendant had a restricted drivers license as a result of a previous criminal charge. The Defendant was pulled over for multiple traffic violations. When questioned by the officer, the Defendant stated he was giving his friend a ride home. The friend also happened to be someone the Defendant was “tutoring” for college classes. The officer arrested the Defendant for violation of his business purposes only license and cited him with various civil infractions. After vigorous negotiations with the state, the attorney convinced the prosecutor that the Defendant was operating within the provisions of his restricted license. As a result, the state dropped the criminal case.