The Defendant was driving his vehicle and was involved in a crash. When the officer arrived, the Defendant was in the driver’s seat. He appeared impaired with red, glassy eyes, slow comprehension, an odor of alcohol and was unsteady on his feet. He said that he had 5 beers and 2 shots with his last drink at 1:30 a.m. The accident occurred around 2 or 3 am. The Defendant performed poorly on roadsides and was arrested. When he was taken to the jail, he refused to submit to a breath test. The Firm contacted over 10 witnesses who were with the Defendant that night. The Firm listed certain witnesses to testify on behalf of the Defendant. Additionally, the Firm provided the State Attorney’s office with proof that the Defendant had a spare tire on his truck that night which contributed to the accident. The videos were ordered and reviewed by the Firm which contradicted the Officer’s police reports. After discussing the case with the State Attorney’s Office, the charges for DUI crash were dismissed.