Our client was arrested and charged with DUI after he was stopped for failing to maintain a single lane. After stopping the vehicle, the officer approached the vehicle and observed the lone occupant putting on a mask. The officer smelled the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the driver. He noticed the driver had bloodshot and glassy eyes. The officer suspected that he put on a medical mask just to hide the odor and slurred speech. Our client completed field sobriety exercises and he was arrested. He did not provide a breath sample. After reviewing his video, we filed a motion to suppress the stop, arrest, and the breath test refusal. Prior to the final hearing, the State amended the charge to Reckless Driving. Our client accepted the offer with the following conditions: he paid a $25 fine, 6 months’ probation, DUI School, and received no points.