Zoning Map Helps Prove Illegal Police Conduct
On July 1st some important changes to Iowa laws take effect. These changes include modifications to OWI related restricted licenses, marijuana possession license suspensions, and driver requirements when approaching stopped emergency vehicles.
The failure to maintain calibration records for preliminary breath testing devices prohibited the DOT from suspending a driver’s license for an OWI arrest.
A request by an officer to terminate efforts to secure an attorney after being only afforded eighteen minutes violated Iowa Code Section 804.20.
OWI second offense charge was amended to reckless driving and the client’s driver’s license was saved because the officer failed to offer the client a preliminary breath test or arrest him for OWI prior to asking him to submit to the official Datamaster breath test.
OWI second charge dismissed after the court suppressed all evidence following the stop of the vehicle because the officer did not have a lawful basis stop the client.
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