Iowa’s Implied Consent Laws

Under Iowa’s #impliedconsent law, any person who operates a motor vehicle is deemed to have given consent to a chemical test for breath, blood and/or urine if there’s reasonable grounds to believe the person was operating a vehicle while intoxicated. Read the full article here:

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In this video, we will discuss what happens when a driver is pulled over by a police officer in Iowa and the officer declares a need for the driver to submit to a #blood-alcohol-content #BACtest. We will cover: ‍If you are pulled over in Iowa and the officer demands a BAC test, can you refuse?, When will a chemical test be required?, What if I refuse a test?, Can refusal be used against someone in a #criminallaw case?