Author: Matthew Lindholm

Story County Prosecutor Sanctioned for Misconduct

Nevada, Story County, Iowa.  Don’t nip at The Wolf.  He bites back! An Assistant Story County Attorney attempted to prosecute a meritless operating while intoxicated case against GRL’s client.  As usual, GRL gave the prosecutor the opportunity to do the right thing but he could not “let the bear go.”  When the prosecutor finally saw […]

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Worth Every Penny

We love when clients express their gratitude for our efforts on their cases.  Here is a recent example of the gratitude expressed  a happy OWI client Attorney Matt Lindholm recently had! Wow… that WAS quick!  Thank you so much for everything your office has done for me over the past few months.  Your communication has […]

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2 NFG’s in 1 Day

GRL was busy yesterday doing what we enjoy most – Jury trials.  Bobby Rehkemper was in Ames, Story County and Matt Lindholm was in Corning, Adams County.  Both client’s were charged with operating while intoxicated accusations and declined to submit to the evidentiary breath test at the station.  The prosecution claimed that the defendant’s demonstrated […]

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Open Door Policy

Boone County, Iowa.  Attorney Matt Lindholm recently represented a client facing multiple drug charges following an investigation for a motorist who ran off the road and through the field.  Officers responded the clients house to investigate the failure to maintain control.  When the client answered the door he asked to be able to put some […]

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Doggonit

Boone County, Iowa.  A client for GRL attorney Matt Lindholm (aka The Wolf), recently had his operating while intoxicated charge dismissed.  The client was charged with OWI after law enforcement officers obtained a search warrant and took a sample of his blood for chemical testing.  A motion to suppress was filed challenging the admissibility of […]

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Rolled to NFG

Wayne County, Iowa.  Attorney Matt Lindholm (aka The Wolf) recently obtained a NFG (Not Friggin Guilty) verdict from a Wayne County jury for a client facing an OWI second offense charge.  The client was charged following a roll over accident.  At trial officers testified that the client’s speech was slurred, he had blood shot eyes, […]

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