Tag: Robert Rehkemper

Iowa Court of Appeals Throws Out Operating While Intoxicated Conviction

Adel, Dallas County, Iowa.  The Iowa Court of Appeals reversed the conviction of GRL Law’s client’s operating while intoxicated conviction, concluding that the Waukee and West Des Moines police officers entrance into the client’s residence was illegal.  At the district court level, the prosecution claimed that the officers were justified in entering the residence without […]

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Officer Ignores Evidence Of Innocence and Charges Innocent Passenger With OWI

Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa.  Last man remaining at accident scene was accused of operating while intoxicated despite the fact that all evidence pointed to someone else as the driver. Des Moines Police Department responded to a traffic accident where a vehicle struck a parked vehicle.  When law enforcement arrived, nobody was in the vehicle.  […]

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OWI

Words can’t describe how happy I am I decided to go with Bobby. He may be more expensive than other lawyers in the area, but the extra money is definitely worth it. Him and his firm took care of everything for me, making the terrible experience less stressful. He was very upfront with me the […]

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Trooper’s Misstatement About Iowa OWI’s Impact on Out of State License, Saves Client!

Ames, Story County, Iowa.  Iowa State Patrol Trooper’s misstatement of impact of Iowa Operating While Intoxicated charge on Minnesota driving privileges results in exclusion of breath test refusal and avoidance of Operating While Intoxicated charge.  The Trooper improperly informed GRL Law’s client that an OWI in Iowa would only impact his Iowa driving privileges.  This […]

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Operating While Intoxicated Avoided – License Saved

Altoona, Polk County, Iowa.  OWI 1st offense amended to reckless driving and driving privileges spared.  GRL Law’s client was pulled over for speeding leaving Prairie Meadows Casino.  Client respectfully invoked her rights, refused field sobriety testing and requested an opportunity to consult with an attorney before making a decision to take or refuse the breath […]

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