Client was charged with DUI and Resisting Arrest. Client had not submitted to the field sobriety tests or a blood test. The police officer had drug him out of his car when he refused to immediately cooperate. The case went through preliminary hearing, suppression hearing, and ultimately went before a jury. At trial, after closing arguments the jury began deliberations. In less than 30 minutes, the jury came back with a verdict of “Not Guilty” on both counts. Client’s charges were immediately eligible to be expunged, and he walked away from the courthouse without any of the mandatory minimum penalties that come along with a DUI.