Client was sitting behind the wheel of her car acting very strange according to an eye witness. The witness felt obligated to approach the vehicle and remove the keys from the ignition. The witness then called 911. Officers arrived and saw our client behind the wheel. They notice an odor of alcohol, bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, and a white powdery substance in her possession. Our client told the officers that she consumed the white substance for pain. The officers requested that she perform field sobriety exercises, but then said she was too impaired to perform them. She was transported to the hospital and asked to submit a blood sample. She refused and was later arrested for DUI. Our firm filed a motion stating all elements of the DUI were not witnessed by the officer and the State dismissed the charge.