From the ABA Journal:
C. Philip Campbell contended that his Jan. 23 arrest, a few blocks away from the Tampa steakhouse at which he and the paralegal had been drinking, was a setup by the opposing firm in the libel case, Adams & Diaco. And Monday's announcement by the Pinellas-Pasco State Attorney's office that a driving-under-the-influence case against Campbell would be dropped for lack of evidence is consistent with his claim, the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Campbell refused a breath test, and in a memo obtained by the newspaper, the agency said it was concerned that the conduct of Tampa police "would become a significant issue which would be exploited by the defense." A Tampa Bay Times article published in April links to a video of Campbell's arrest.
Adam Filthaut, a lawyer at Adams & Diaco, called a DUI sergeant with a tip that Campbell was drinking and would be driving, and police waited near the restaurant for two hours before spotting and arresting him, the Times article says.