Shellsburg Traffic Lawyer, Iowa


Erek P Sittig

Bankruptcy, Family Law, Foreclosure, Traffic
Status:  In Good Standing           

Mark Douglas Thompson

Traffic, Government Agencies, Family Law, Constitutional Law
Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  16 Years

Edward Joseph Gallagher

Motor Vehicle, Personal Injury, Family Law, Employment Discrimination
Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  70 Years

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

City of Davenport v. Seymour

... In this case, the court must decide whether traffic regulations and enforcement mechanisms contained in Iowa Code chapter 321 and other code provisions were intended by the legislature to prohibit a municipality from establishing an automatic traffic enforcement system ...

State v. Louwrens

... Knowing that an Estherville ordinance prohibits U-turns anywhere on Central Avenue, the officers believed the driver had committed a traffic violation and stopped the car. When the officers interacted with the driver, Donna Louwrens, they suspected she was intoxicated. ...

State v. Johnson

... Iowa Code § 321J.9. However, withdrawal of a specimen of blood, breath, or urine for chemical testing is permitted over the individual's objection pursuant to a search warrant when a traffic accident has resulted in death or injury reasonably likely to cause death, and there are ...