Client was observed exiting a bar and screeched his tires as he left. An officer began following him with his lights on. Shortly after, he turned on his siren as well. Our client proceeded to drive another minute or so before pulling over. When he finally did, he was ordered to exit the vehicle at gunpoint. After being taken into custody, the officer noticed signs of impairment including odor of alcohol, bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, unsteady coordination, and mood swings. He requested our client perform field sobriety exercises and give a breath sample. Our client refused both. On the day of trial, the prosecutor dropped both charges.