The Defendant was stopped for speeding more than 30 mph over the speed limit. He was stopped and the officer noticed signs of impairment including glassy/red eyes, slow speech, stumbling as he walked around and an odor of alcohol. He also admitted to drinking a couple of drinks. He performed poorly on the roadside tasks and was arrested. He was taken to the jail and refused a breath test. The firm watched the videos and spoke to the State Attorneys Office. 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.