Miller v. State
In Miller v. State, 4 A.3d 371, 374-75 (Del. 2010) the Delaware Supreme Court held that there was probable cause to arrest a defendant for DUI where the evidence established "alcoholic odor from two or three feet away, glassy watery eyes, failed walk-and-tum and one-legged standing tests, and the defendant's admission of having consumed two beers about two hours before. . . ."