Client was stopped for speeding in Hall County, did poorly on field sobriety tests and was arrested for DUI (his second). He agreed to a blood test at the jail, resulting in a BAC of .134. Bob Chestney argued that the test results were inadmissible because the state did not prove the blood test was administered in a reasonable manner under the Fourth Amendment. The judge agreed, and suppressed the test results. Without those results, the assistant solicitor agreed that the DUI case would be difficult to prove, so the case was closed with a plea to Reckless Driving.