The Defendant ran a red light and was stopped. The officer noticed a strong odor of alcohol. He then told the officer to “stop” after getting out of the car and began walking away back to his car. The officer told him to stop and he said “No, Time out”. At that time, the officer started an investigation for DUI and noticed glassy, bloodshot eyes and his speech was slurred. He said he had a couple drinks at his “buddy’s house” and could not focus. After performing poorly on roadsides, he was arrested for DUI. He was taken to jail where he refused to submit to a sample of his breath. The State initially refused to offer the defendant a chance to have his DUI dismissed, however, the firm demanded a jury trial and forced the case forward and prepared for trial based upon the video evidence. After the Firm had more negotiations with the assigned trial division State Attorney, the DUI was dismissed.