Our client was charged with a third offense for driving under the influence and driving while license suspended. The police made contact with our client under a community care taking function after they saw our client’s vehicle parked in a private parking lot. After making contact, our client was subjected to a DUI investigation and eventually arrested. Attorney Jonathan James was able to successfully argue a motion to suppress evidence citing the officers did not a basis to detain our client based on the community care taking function. After the hearing the majority of the evidence was ordered suppressed and the case was set for trial. At trial, based on the suppression of evidence, the State was not able to meet their burden of proof and the court directed a verdict in favor of our client and returned a verdict of not guilty on all charges.