The Client is drinking with a family member when an argument breaks out.
Client leaves, and the relative calls the police. The police begin to chase our client, who crosses a state line. The police contact the neighboring state police, who stop our client.
Before the case gets to trial, our attorney convinces the DA and the arresting officer that since the officer never actually saw our client operating the vehicle on a North Carolina road, the elements of a DWI could not be proven and the case was Voluntarily Dismissed.
Best of all? Since our attorney secured the dismissal before the trial started, our client never had to go to court.