The Defendant was driving close to midnight without any lights on and then jumped the median. The front tire then came off the car and the vehicle finally stopped. An officer made contact with the defendant who had glassy/bloodshot eyes. He had urinated on himself and admitted her had a few beers. He reeked of alcohol and said he was coming from a German club. Additionally, his speech was slurred. He was so impaired, he could not stand during roadsides. He was arrested and submitted to a sample of his breath where he blew a .156 and a .160. The State Attorney’s office, after negotiations with the Firm, agreed to dismiss the charges for Driving Under the Influence.