The defendant was charged with violating the terms of his business purposes only license that was required because he had a five year habitual traffic offender license suspension. The State Attorney in the case was asking for a month in jail. The Firm filed a motion to suppress the evidence in the case as the defendant was stopped for failing to signal lanes and there was no evidence that traffic was affected by said failing to signal. In addition, the Firm argued that this case could ultimately not be proven as the only evidence against the defendant was his own statement and the doctrine of Corpus Delecti prohibited his statement from being admitted into evidence. On the day of the hearing for the Motion to Suppress in this case the State Attorney agreed with The Firm and dismissed all charges against the Defendant.