Defendant was an underage young man, stopped for failing to stop at a red light and for having three people on a two-person motor scooter. He exhibited blood shot eyes, slurred speech, and admitted drinking but refused a blood or breath test. The District Attorney agreed to dismiss the case after one year supervision, provided the Defendant remained law abiding, did classes, useful public service, a Victim’s Impact Panel and paid his court costs. No fine was assessed. The MIP, No Proof of Insurance, and Exceeding Passenger charges were dismissed.