Mr. T was charged with impaired driving and had no criminal record. He intended to plead guilty but was persuaded by a family law lawyer to speak with our office. After speaking with Mr. Wyman, he retained our services and the matter was set down for trial. Upon review of the file, our office identified a deficiency with the Certificate of Analyst that would prohibit its entry into evidence at trial. A novel argument also existed with respect to legitimacy of the stop. The issues which arose were sufficient to convince the prosecution to discontinue the prosecution. Instead of pleading guilty at the first occasion, Mr. T continues to maintain an unblemished criminal record.