We were hired to represent Mr. S. when he had been pulled over and issued a driving suspension for impaired operation of a motor vehicle. The suspension was appealed and argued by Mr. Wyman in front of an administrative panel. The client had been pulled over by the officer for having burnt out tail lights. In his discussion with Mr. S., he detected an odor of alcohol and placed him under arrest. Back at the police station, the client attempted to contact a lawyer but then changed his mind and ultimately provided breath samples. Mr. Wyman argued that the brevity of the investigation made the detention arbitrary in nature. It was further argued that the officer ought to have provided a formal waiver of the right to counsel to the client after he had changed his mind about talking to a lawyer. The panel agreed with Mr. Wyman and the administrative driving suspension was overturned.