Tag: drunk driving

Excellent

Matt and Emily were an excellent team to have on my side. They had every question answered before I even knew to ask it, and each step of the course of action I had to take in explicit detail for me. I will highly recommend Matt to anyone that may need his services, as they […]

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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 […]

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OWI Amended to Public Intoxication WIN

The Cerro Gordo County District Court recently granted the state’s motion to amend the charge from OWI to Public Intoxication following an aggressive, independent investigation into the circumstances surrounding a private party raided by the sheriff’s office. We were able to establish that more than two hours elapsed between the time our client last drove […]

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Ask for Privacy

Adams County, Iowa.  A GRL client recently had his operating while intoxicated charge amended to public intoxication and reckless driving after the court determined that his right to speak with an attorney had been violated and his breath test result was determined to be inadmissible.  The client had requested privacy on the phone with his […]

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All Charges Against Client Dismissed after Successful Motion to Suppress Evidence

Emmet County, Iowa- All charges, including OWI 2nd offense, Carrying Weapons, Interference with Official Acts, and other misdemeanors, were dismissed after Grant Gangestad successfully argued that the seizure of the client was unconstitutional.  The Court agreed, suppressing all evidence from the stop, forcing the State to dismiss the charges.  The client maintained his driver’s license […]

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