Client was initially stopped for failure to maintain lane travel when she twice crossed out of her lane and over the fog line and onto the shoulder. A subsequent chemical test revealed a BAC of .14, leading her to also being charged with DUI. Attorney Charles Stewart successfully argued in Uintah Justice Court that this type of driving pattern does not constitute a traffic violation and that all evidence collected should be suppressed. The Justice Court Judge then ordered the case dismissed sua sponte (from the bench). The prosecutor then appealed the case to the 8th District Court, where Mr. Stewart successfully argued the same motion. The District Court Judge also suppressed all evidence collected in the case, leaving the prosecutor no choice but to dismiss his own case.