The Defendant was stopped for various traffic infractions and was observed throwing drug paraphernalia out the drivers side window. After stopping the Defendant’s vehicle, the officer noticed signs of impairment and conducted a DUI investigation. The Defendant was video recorded performing very poorly on the field sobriety exercises and was arrested for felony DUI (with at least 3 prior DUI convictions) and destruction of evidence. The Defendant agreed to a breath test and blew .000/.000. The Defendant subsequently refused to give a urine sample. The attorney challenged the sufficiency of the state’s evidence causing the state to drop the felony destruction of evidence and DUI charge.