The Defendant was stopped for speeding and would not stop immediately upon the officer activating his lights. He could not follow simple instructions and then fumbled in his phone looking for insurance information. He admitted to drinking 3 beers and had very slow reaction time. After asking him to perform roadsides, the Defendant stated he was “not ok to drive”. When asked why he stated “because it’s my car.” He refused to do the roadsides tasks but then agreed to it. He performed poorly and was arrested. At the jail he provided a breath sample of .193 and .177. The Firm was able to negotiate a deal which resulted in the charges for Driving Under the Influence being dismissed by the State Attorney’s Office.