Changes to Iowa Criminal Law 2021

As many criminal law issues involve questions of Constitutional Law, decisions of the United States Supreme Court affect Iowa criminal law. Read the full article here:

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In this video, we will look at several changes to Iowa criminal law which were created through statute and case law. We will look at the law relating to: changes to traffic stop laws in Iowa, Operating While Impaired (OWI) Laws in Iowa, Jury selection in Iowa, Weapons and “Stand your Ground” laws in Iowa, Changes to Iowa’s animal abuse laws, Cultivation of hemp in Iowa, Changes to Tobacco Laws in Iowa, and Restoration of voting rights to felons in Iowa.