State v. T.J. – Refusal
T.J. was arrested in Gwinnett County for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol after an officer observed T.J. follow the car in front of her too closely. Although T.J. performed poorly on the field sobriety evaluations, Mr. Ryczek successfully argued that the field sobriety results should be suppressed from evidence. Prior to trial the judge ordered the prosecutors not to mention the field sobriety evidence to the jury, and without any evidence the prosecutors dismissed T. J.'s DUI and she entered a guilty plea to Following Too Closely.