"I had a drink at 11pm, and sipped off of 3 drinks"
So you had a total of four drinks in 3.5 hours, then drove a car. At best it is OWI.
"He ran my plates, license, and insurance!"
Standard procedure in every traffic stop.
"Then another officer showed up, he asked me to step out of the car, and since he had smelled boze he wanted to do a sobriety test, I had told him I am diabetic and my eyes would be glossy from lack of sleep and/or high blood sugar from consuming mc'ds !"
Being diabetic, consuming fast food, and high blood sugar does not cause you to smell of alcohol. Drinking four drinks in 3 hours DOES. The officer is not required to accept your rationale at the side of the road.
"about 3:15 I blew a .016 and did a blood draw"
Are you sure it wasn't 0.16: TWICE the legal limit? The amount of alcohol you admit to consuming would certainly cause a blow higher than .016.
"Do not understand why I have to pay all this money 700$ for car not including impound and a intial fee of 1200 for the lawyer, just to get this cleared when my Blood tests came back Negative for anything."
Because they had reasonable suspicion you were impaired: you smelled of alcohol, blew positive, and failed the FSTs. Once charged they legally have to impound the car and their are fees for that. Defenses are for trial and if you want one you pay. If you can't afford a lawyer you apply for a PD.
"Am I in the right to civilly sue the city/apd for money spent for incompentent officers?"
No. They are immune from suit while performing their job within the scope of their duties. Pulling a drunk off the road and charging them does not make them imcompetent. It makes them diligent. Kudos to them.
"That's just my opinion, then again I might be wrong." Dennis Miller