The Defendant was arrested after the police stopped him at a roadblock. The police claimed they could smell the odor of marijuana and arrested him for DUI drugs. During the search, they found marijuana on the Defendant and arrested him for that as well. At trial, the state called its first witness who could not remember the case off the top of his head so he read from the report. We objected and prevented him from reading the report. The state then tried to tender the dash cam video, but the officer was not the one that recorded the video on to a DVD and had not viewed it so we again objected and prevented them from being able to play the video. With no officer testimony and no evidence to explain what happened, the state decided to dismiss the case in the middle of trial.