According to the police, they observed the Defendant weaving in and out of traffic, and tailgating a car on the highway. They pulled him over and the officer noticed a strong odor of alcohol on his breath. His eyes were bloodshot and his face was flushed. The Defendant almost fell over after exiting his vehicle. The officer asked the Defendant if he would do roadside sobriety exercises and he agreed. He did poorly on all 3 of them and the last one had to be discontinued for the Defendant’s safety after he almost fell down. The Defendant refused to provide a breath sample. The attorney for the firm investigated the case and filed a motion to dismiss. Rather than fight the motion to dismiss, the State dropped the DUI case against the Defendant.