A defendant was facing OWI 2nd Offense. Upon review of the evidence, it became apparent that the officer had demanded a drug test without probable cause. After that, Attorney Katherine Sears argued that there were seven separate reasons to suppress the evidence. The evidence was suppressed on the first argument. The other arguments were not addressed. With the evidence for OWI suppressed, the case was dismissed. The defendant’s license revocation was also rescinded — he did not lose his driver’s license. Second offense DUI for drug metabolites is an aggravated misdemeanor. Aggravated misdemeanors in Iowa are punishable by up to two years in prison. Polk County, Iowa. 090045.