Tag: What to do

What to do if Suspected of Boating While Intoxicated in Iowa

The answer to this question is simple.  Nothing!  Invoke GRL Law’s trademarked phrase – Shut up, wise up, lawyer up.  Do not say anything, do not do anything, talk to a lawyer first. You cannot be required to answer questions.  You cannot be required to perform the boating field sobriety testing – referred to by law enforcement as the seated field sobriety tests (Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus, Finger to Nose, Palm Pat). Most importantly, you cannot lose your motor vehicle driving privileges if you decline to submit to a breath test, urine test or blood test.   GRL Law has previously explained the […]

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What To Do When Pulled Over For Suspected Drunk Driving in Iowa

Nobody studies up to get an OWI.  That being said, even innocent people are suspected, investigated and ultimately charged with Operating While Intoxicated every year in the state of Iowa.  Knowing what to do can make all of the difference.  GRL Law created this video to help educate the public on what they do and do not have to do when pulled over for OWI.  Know your rights.  Exercise your rights.  Preserve your freedom.

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