The defendant was charged with Driving While License Suspended. The probable cause for the stop was that client’s taillight was out. The firm requested pictures of the defendant’s vehicle and discovered that it could be argued that the defendant had the requisite number of visible taillights, as required by law, because the particular vehicle had more visible taillights than most vehicles. The firm then filed a motion to suppress the stop of defendant’s vehicle. The State agreed and dismissed all charges.