Our client was stopped in Johns Creek for not having his headlights on. Our client’s driving and stopping sequence was captured on video – you could clearly see that his headlights were not on. His driving was fine and the stopping sequence was conducted in a safe manner. His exit from the vehicle was fine, but his breath smelled of an alcoholic beverage and our client made some incriminating statements to the Johns Creek DUI officer. He refused to submit to standardized field sobriety evaluations and was arrested for DUI and Driving Without Headlights. He was also served with a notice of an administrative license suspension action for refusing to submit to the state breath test. Mr. Sullivan was able to avoid an administrative license suspension for our client and also convinced the Fulton County State Court prosecutor to dismiss the DUI and the No Headlights charge in exchange for a plea to Reckless Driving.