The client was charged with DUI 2nd Offense and Driving on Revoked due to a prior DUI in Wilson County, Tennessee. The client was stopped by law enforcement after the officer observed extremely poor driving and high speed. The officer conducted the field sobriety tests and placed the client under arrest. The officer requested a sample of the client’s blood and obtained a search warrant after the client exercised his right to not give consent. The officer served the warrant and submitted the blood for testing. The client soon after retained our firm to represent him. In our investigation of the case, we discovered the search warrant was not constitutionally valid, leaving a strong argument the blood results could be suppressed. We recommended for the client to voluntarily complete an intensive outpatient treatment program for alcohol use due to multiple factors. The client completed a significant period of treatment and is proud of the changes made to his life. We spoke with the District Attorney, addressed the invalid search warrant and the completion of treatment, and obtained a negotiated resolution for probation and 48 hours of jail time. The client was facing a minimum of 47 days in jail due to the charges. We assisted the client in obtaining a restricted driver’s license and scheduled the short jail time based on the client’s work schedule. A positive result and happy client for a complex case.