Our client was charged with a DUI after an officer noticed a ‘suspicious driving patter’ and signs of impairment at the traffic stop. Our client does not speak much English. In looking at the discovery, the officers noted he understood the instructions during the time of the field sobriety exercises. They also noted he understood the implied consent warnings prior to requesting a breath sample. However, these same officers failed to turn over the video that provided the bases for the arrest. Further, in looking deep into the discovery of the case, Attorney Jonathon Alford was able to find a document, a single document out of all the paperwork, that stated our client did not understand his Miranda Rights due to a language barrier. Based upon our hard work highlighting the issues of the case, our client was offered a reduced plea to a wet-reckless.