The Defendant was pulled over after a police officer observed him swerve over the line multiple times and enter into the bike path. The officer indicated that if anyone had been in the bike lane, they would have been hit. When the officer came into contact with the defendant, he smelled alcohol on his breath and noticed that his eyes were bloodshot and watery. The officer requested that the defendant performs roadside exercises. The defendant performed very poorly on each of the exercises. The defendant also admitted to drinking several beers prior to driving. The attorney for the firm filed and argued a motion to suppress the stop of the vehicle. The judge granted the motion to suppress, and the State dropped the DUI case against the defendant.