The defendant was charged with violating his business purposes only license while he was visiting a relative. Once stopped for speeding the officer asked the driver whether he was driving for a business purpose. The defendant then confessed that he was not driving for a business purpose. He was then charged with the crime of violating a Business Purposes Only License. The Government’s offer to resolve the case was 35 days in jail. The Firm set the case for trial and when the day of trial came The Firm argued that the defendant’s statement was inadmissible until further evidence to prove the crime was presented. At this point the government dropped the criminal charge to a non moving traffic violation and the speeding charge was also dismissed.