Our client was arrested and charged with a second DUI after he was found to be driving the wrong way on Interstate 4 near Orlando. Officers made contact with him and he refused to complete Field Sobriety Exercises. After he was placed under arrest, he submitted to a breath test with a result of .255, over 3 times the legal limit. Upon review of the evidence, our attorney filed a Motion to Suppress evidence, based on the grounds that our client was subject to an unlawful traffic stop and was not properly informed of the potential consequences of refusing to complete the Field Sobriety Exercises. Prior to a hearing on our Motion to Suppress, the State offered to allow our client to plea to a reduced charge of Reckless Driving and avoid a conviction.