The client was stopped by a Berlin Police officer at approximately 2:00 am after reportedly being observed driving with an expired inspection sticker. The client performed field sobriety tests and took a breathalyzer registering .09. A search of the client and his motor vehicle subsequent to his arrest produced Class B substances and he was charged accordingly. Attorney Murray filed a motion to suppress the stop of the client’s vehicle which was allowed after a full evidentiary hearing. The motion resulted in the suppression of all evidence seized from the client and his car as well as the breathalyzer reading and the observations of the officer. Without any evidence to proceed, the Commonwealth dismissed the case.