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DOT Rescinds Revocation for Out-of-State Conviction

The criminal defense attorneys at GRL Law save yet another Iowa driver from a revocation for an out-of-state conviction. The State of Minnesota has a “zero tolerance” DUI law when it comes to underage drivers.  Essentially, any proof of alcohol consumption while driving is evidence enough.  A breath alcohol reading just above zero?  Yes, that would do it. The Iowa DOT received a report of this Minnesota DUI conviction and took steps to impose a revocation on our client’s record. One problem. Iowa doesn’t have a substantially equivalent “zero tolerance” law so a conviction alone didn’t trigger a mandatory revocation. […]

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