Dale v. Ciccone: Officer’s got a call reporting reckless and potential drunk driving with the description of Ciccone’s car. Officers found the car and pulled it over, based solely on the reported call, not on actions of the driver. When they approached the vehicle, the officers found the passenger of the car to be intoxicated but the driver to be sober and discovered through questioning that the passenger, Ciccone, had previously been driving and had just recently picked up his friend, who was now driving. Ciccone was convicted of a DUI and the DMV revoked his license. Ciccone appealed on the basis that police pulled over his car without probable cause.