Client is stopped for driving with a broken taillight. No other motor vehicle violations are observed. Officer testifies that he is met by a strong odor of alcohol, and that client has difficulty providing the registration for the vehicle. Client is observed to be unsteady on his feet after exiting the vehicle, and is unable to perform any of the field sobriety tests to the officer’s satisfaction. Defense argues that Field Sobriety Tests are not an accurate indicators of impairment and there was no evidence that client’s ability to operate was impaired. VERDICT: NOT GUILTY.