Tag: Results – Drunk Driving

Lawyer Up – Commercial Driving Privileges Saved by Demand for an Attorney

Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa.  Cedar Rapids police officers arrested a commercial truck driver for sleeping in his vehicle in a parking lot.  They charged him with operating while intoxicated since being in control of a motor vehicle that has its engine running technically qualifies as “operation” under Iowa law.  Understandably upset with his situation, […]

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Lights Out!

Iowa City, Johnson County, Iowa.  Some things you must see to believe.  The prosecution and law enforcement attempted to convince a judge to not believe what everyone could clearly see.  Thankfully, the judge believed what he too could see. Two Iowa City Police Department police officers, Maddie Friedrich and her Field Training Officer, Brad Reinhard, […]

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Ready for Trial!

Crawford County, Iowa.  Matt Lindholm recently informed the court that he was “ready for trial” on an OWI second offense charge.  Over the weekend prior to the start of trial, the county attorney offered to reduce the OWI second offense charge to reckless driving and public intoxication.  This offer was accepted by Matt’s client thereby […]

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Privacy Matters

Adair County, Iowa.  Attorney Matt Lindholm recently secured a favorable resolution of an OWI charge when it was determined that his client had requested to speak privately on the phone.  This request for privacy was ultimately denied by the officer and the client was never informed that he could speak privately in person with an […]

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