DUI DISMISSED – State v. Mr. C. (Phoenix Municipal Court No. 4404265): Mr. C. was stopped for allegedly having an obstructed plate. When the officer stopped him, he claimed Mr. C. had watery, bloodshot eyes and an odor of alcohol. During the eye test (HGN), Mr. C. exhibited 6 cues out of 6. After setting Mr. C.’s case to trial and filing three separate evidentiary motions regarding no reasonable suspicion for the stop, no probable cause for the arrest, and a violation of his right to counsel, the State dismissed all criminal charges. Following the dismissal on criminal charges, a separate civil traffic hearing was set. At the hearing, the officer requested not to proceed and Mr. C.’s civil charge was also dismissed.