The Defendant was charged with DUI after being stopped for speeding and from reports that the State Trooper had received indicating that the Defendant was not driving his vehicle properly. The Trooper smelled alcohol and indicated the Defendant did not perform well on the field sobriety exercises. The Defendant stated that he had consumed a couple drinks earlier in the day and that he probably shouldn’t have been driving. After his arrest he was asked to give a breath sample, which indicated he had not been drinking. In addition, he gave a urine sample, which also came back negative. The firm went to Court for the Defendant and requested that the State examine their evidence as the Firm did not believe they had enough to go forward on. The State ultimately agreed and dismissed the charges.