Our client’s car was seen facing the wrong direction at a dead end. Witnesses said they saw our client driving in the wrong direction earlier. Police made contact with the driver who was sweating, unable to communicate well, and his eyes appeared to be bloodshot. An extremely strong odor of alcohol was observed. The driver’s speech was slurred and the driver was uncooperative. Roadside exercises were requested, but refused. After the arrest, a breath test was requested and agreed to. The results were .146 and .148. After working on the case for months, Ticket Clinic lawyers were able to convince the State Attorney’s office to drop the DUI charge.