Client was charged with DUI in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, Wilson County. He served in the military and is a partially disabled veteran. After the client was stopped and deemed to have failed the requested field sobriety test, he was asked to consent to a blood and threatened with a loss of his driving privileges if he did not agree. The client did not waive his constitutional rights in regards to the blood test and was arrested. A search warrant was obtained and he was compelled to give his blood which was in excess of .16, double the legal limit. After obtaining the video of the arrest and the affidavit in support of the Search warrant and the Search Warrant, we learned that a “copy and paste” error, indictive of automated search warrants was in error, demanding blood already in the possession of the hospital and not compelling blood from our client. The government having the error pointed out relented and agreed disposition was reached avoiding the DUI and license revocation. Happy client.