The Defendant was stopped for speeding on Howard Ave. Upon conducting a traffic stop, the officer observed a strong odor of alcohol and bloodshot glassy eyes on the Defendant. The officer requested the Defendant perform field sobriety exercises. The Defendant performed the exercises, but had great difficulty maintaining her balance. Based on her performance on the exercises, the Defendant was arrested for DUI. The officer requested the Defendant submit to a breath test, which she refused. Result: The firm presented evidence to the prosecutor detailing the Defendant’s prior leg injuries, which caused her to have difficulty maintaining her balance on one leg or standing with one foot in front of the other. The case was set for trial, but before the trial began, the State dropped the DUI charge.