Tag: COVID19

Alcohol and Crime – The Coronavirus Anomaly

It seems to be common sense that alcohol and crime have a positive correlation. With increased alcohol consumption comes increased crime.  This is all but a universal truth.  Both science and medicine teach us that alcohol is a central nervous system depressant and consequently, when consumed in greater quantities our inhibitions and control over impulsive behavior are lowered.  Thus, with increased alcohol consumption comes decreased impulse control and a corresponding increase in criminal behavior. The documentation of the connection between alcohol and crime is as old as the written history of mankind.  The first book of the Bible, Genesis, provides […]

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How GRL Law is Dealing with COVID-19

GRL Law remains committed to continuing to assist our current and potential clients.  During this time of chaos caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, we are implementing certain procedures and protocols.  The attorneys and staff at GRL Law are committed to ensuring that we do our part to flatten the curve consistent with the recommendations of the State of Iowa and CDC. Effective Monday, March 23rd, our physical office locations will be closed.  We are confident that we are able to continue to effectively serve our client without needing to physically gather in one location. Importantly, our phones are still being […]

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