The defendant was involved in an accident. She was alleged to have been driving too fast around a curve and lose control of her vehicle. When the officer arrived, he noticed the driver had an odor of alcohol when she spoke, slurred speech, bloodshot eyes, and was confused. Based on these observations, the officer believed the defendant was impaired and asked her to perform field sobriety exercises. She refused to do them and was arrested. She also refused to provide a breath sample. On the day of trial, the State dropped the case.