Tag: drunk driving defense

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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3 Separate OWI Cases – 3 OWI Charges Avoided – 3 Driver’s Privileges Spared

Waukee, West Des Moines, and Iowa City.  Three separate clients were charged with operating while intoxicated offenses.  In all three cases, GRL saved each client’s driving privileges by prevailing at the Iowa Department of Transportation administrative hearing. In all three cases, the operating while intoxicated criminal accusations were also amended down to simple misdemeanor offenses.  […]

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Amazing Service

Bobby and his team were AMAZING!! They were professional, knowledgeable, timely, thorough, communicated frequently and super easy to work with! They even helped get the appropriate paperwork where it needed to go to help alleviate stress levels. I would recommend them 150%!!! 5.0 stars Posted by anonymousMay 25, 2022

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Routine Random Stop of Commercial Vehicle Deemed Unconstitutional

Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa.  GRL Law has long argued that Department of Transportation Commercial Motor Vehicle Enforcement Officers cannot legally stop commercial drivers without reasonable suspicion of a law violation.  It has long been the practice of Iowa law enforcement officers to randomly stop commercial vehicles to weigh them or check compliance with regulations.  […]

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