Our client was stopped by a Georgia State Patrol Trooper in Atlanta and was told to submit to field sobriety evaluations. Field sobriety evaluations are voluntary, meaning drivers do not have to do them if they don’t want to. Here, our client was directed to perform them. Our client looked good during the evaluations and there was no slurred speech. After being placed under arrest, our client refused to submit to a breath test and faced a one year administrative license suspension with no permit. Mr. Sullivan was able to persuade the Atlanta prosecutor that it would be difficult for the prosecution to win on the DUI charge and the DUI charge was reduced to reckless driving. Mr. Sullivan was also able to avoid a one year administrative license suspension of our client’s driver’s license.