If you were behind the driver's seat and the engine was running, you may be charged with an attempted OWI. If you failed to give any tests, including field sobriety tests (walk and turn, hgn, touch your fingers, count backwards, etc) there may be no probable cause to have made an arrest, although the smell of alcohol may be enough to get a conviciton, along with other observations like slurred speech, watery eyes, poor balance. In addition, the cops need specific articulable suspicion that you were driving or attempting to drive.
You generally have a limited period of time to file a motion to suppress evidence, and if you have not done so already, you should immediately hire an attorney in Fort Wayne to file the proper paper work to protect your interests.
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