Iowa Court of Appeals Rules Stop of Client's Vehicle Unconstitutional- Charges to be Dismissed

posted by Grant Gangestad on Thursday, November 12, 2015

Mahaska County- Iowa Court of Appeals finds that no reasonable suspicion of criminal activity existed and no community caretaking function was present to justify the stop of client's vehicle.  OWI 2nd offense dismissed.  Driver's license revocation removed from client's driving record.  

Decision posted here http://www.iowacourts.gov/About_the_Courts/Court_of_Appeals/Court_of_Appeals_Opinions/Recent_Opinions/20151112/14-1678.pdf
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Grant Gangestad grew up in Clarion, Iowa, where he graduated from Clarion-Goldfield High School as the Salutatorian of his class in 2003.  He then attended the University of Northern Iowa and obtained a bachelor of arts in Political Science and a minor in Polit ... read more