Unlawful passing of a school bus amended to simple traffic ticket.
Legislature expands the list of misdemeanor crimes which you can get wiped clean from your record
July 1st is when most of the newly enrolled bills, passed in the legislative session and signed into law by the Governor, take effect. We’ve selected the new laws that we believe will have the greatest, immediate impact on Iowans and have summarized them below.
Felony OWI amended to OWI 1st offense after motion to suppress evidence was filed.
OWI 3rd Offense amended to OWI 1st offense after motion to suppress filed
Juvenile Client Charged with 6 Class B Felony sex assault charges has charges reduced to misdemeanor
Juvenile Client Charged with 5 Class B Felony sex assault charges has charges reduced to misdemeanor
GRL Law client exonerated after GRL Law attorney Grant Gangestad uncovers evidence of malfeasance by State’s witness
There has been a lot of talk from legislators and Governor Kim Reynolds this year about establishing a procedure for automatically restoring a felon’s voting rights after the person discharges their sentence and pays their debt to society.
Motion to Suppress filed on behalf of Client Yields Positive Outcome
Client’s OWI charge amended to simple misdemeanor reckless driving with a $250.00 fine after GRL Law’s Grant Gangestad filed a motion to suppress the stop of the vehicle in this case.