In a drinking and driving case in the 46th District Court in Southfield in which Jim's physician client was facing the possible loss of his job and hospital credentials over his operating while intoxicated charge, Jim was able to successfully argue that the officers failed to have adequate probable cause to arrest. The situation involved the officers administering a preliminary breath test after they had indicated Jim's client was arrested. Without the preliminary breath test results, the officers were forced to rely on their administration of field sobriety tests. At the hearing, Jim relentlessly went after the officers failure to adequately perform the sobriety tests. At a certain point, the main officer admitted that the client passed the very same sobriety tests that the officer said he failed in the report. Ultimately the case was dismissed and Jim's client was extremely happy at the outcome!