After extensive negotiation, the prosecutor and I were at a standstill. There was a plea offer for my client to accept a minor misdemeanor and a modest fine. However, my client made the decision that he wanted to proceed with trial. He was adamant he did nothing wrong and was not going to admit to something he did not do. While going through final preparation just moments before the jury trial was to begin, I was called in by the prosecutor and informed that they no longer wanted to proceed with the case. Subsequently, the State dismissed the Obstruction of Official Business charge.