“OWI” is what Iowa calls what lots of other states call a “DUI” or “DWI.” If you’re looking for a DUI lawyer or a DWI attorney but you’re in Iowa, what you’re actually looking for is OWI defense.
Here are links for more in-depth talks on things you should know about:
|OWI (DUI/DWI)||Underage OWI (DUI/DWI)||OWI 1st|
|Boating OWI and Non-car OWI||OWI Consequences and Sentencing||Drug OWI|
|Substance Abuse Treatment||OWI Forms and Resources||OWI Attorneys|
|OWI License Revocation||Substance Abuse Evals||Substance Abuse Treatment in Iowa|
|Preliminary Breath Test -- Should I blow or not?||Iowa Criminal Process Step by Step||SR22 Insurance|
|Travel to Canada||OWI 2nd||OWI 3rd|
|OWI Deferred Judgment||Test Refusal||OWI Breath Test|
|OWI Blood Test||Prescription Drug Defense||OWI License Revocation Hearings|
|OWI Serious Bodily Injury and Death||Ignition Interlock Devices||Implied Consent|
|OWI with CDL|
OWI is a common charge. The unfortunate reality is that a lot of people don’t realize (or maybe don’t care) how alcohol or other substance consumption impairs their judgment. That, coupled with a painfully high incidence of chronic substance abuse issues in the US and that thing where Iowa has limited public transportation options, has led to a culture where driving after drinking is near-ubiquitous — it seems like everyone is comfortable getting behind the wheel of a car after a beer or nine, and when the bar closes or the strip club tells all the patrons they need to get out of the parking lot, it’s easy to get picked up by the state patrol.
You can be charged with OWI for being intoxicated, for having a blood alcohol content of .08 or higher as measured by a test of your blood, breath, or urine, or if you have any drugs in your system.
An Iowa OWI attorney can review the state’s evidence and check it against the Iowa code and against existing case law to find out whether any searches were done correctly. An attorney will be able to help guide you through license revocation hearings (and help you get your revocation rescinded if the state doesn’t comply with time restrictions they have regarding properly-submitted requests for hearings and reviews.)
We can help you figure out what to do about your OWI third offense in Des Moines, Polk County, Ankeny, Ames, Johnston, West Des Moines, Waukee, Saylorville, Bondurant, Altoona, Clive, Grimes, Pleasant Hill, Story County, Boone County, Marshall County, Dallas County, Jasper County, Madison County, Warren County, Marion County, Wapello County, Davis County, Ottumwa, Bloomfield, Iowa City, Council Bluffs, and the rest of Iowa.
I’ve you need a DUI attorney, call now. (515) 491 6128.
This blog post is for informational purposes only and should not be relied on as legal advice. Consult with a licensed attorney in your jurisdiction. Reading this site doesn’t create an attorney-client relationship. If you want to talk to us about representing you when you’re charged with an Iowa DUI, please contact us at (515) 491 6128 and we’ll set up a time to talk.