Client was charged with OWI in Tama County. After arresting the client and taking him to the Tama County Jail the officer requested a breath test from Client, only to discovery the breath testing machine produced error messages and was inoperable. Subsequently, the officer requested a urine sample. The officer collected the urine sample and […]
Client was charged in Dallas County with OWI and Child Endangerment for allegedly driving under the influence with her 14-year-old daughter in the vehicle. A review of the Iowa Code showed that the State was required to dismiss the Child Endangerment charge because the legal definition of a child for that Code section is a […]
The State agreed to suppress Client’s breath test result after the arresting officer misadvised him that his CDL would not be affected by his decision to consent or refuse to chemical testing because he was not operating a commercial motor vehicle. The State agreed to amend the charges to public intoxication and reckless driving. The […]
What qualifies as prostitution and how far can the law defining prostitution be stretched? Might we all be prostitutes in one way or another?
State Trooper mislead client as to consequences of refusing a breath test which resulted in test being suppressed, amendment of charges and reinstatement of Client’s license.
Appanoose County, client who met all criteria to be removed from registry has Court grant his removal.
A Polk County man has been released from the requirement to register as a sex offender.
OWI charge amended to reckless driving and public intoxication, carrying weapons dismissed
Polk County man granted his removal from the sex offender registry
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