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Are You Facing A Life Without Driving And Don't Know What To Do?

We're attorneys Jim Forslund and Gary Pareja, and we help people just like you who have lost their licenses for DUIs. In fact, almost all of the legal work we do concerns DUI.

Let us give you some advice about your case.

If there are no bench warrants or failures to appear and you been without a license or had no tickets for the last year, you would qualify for a license hearing. Please contact my office and we can get you started right away!
Jim Forslund 
3780 S. Broadway
Englewood, CO 80113

6. HabitualOffenders. Under Iowa Code section 321.555, a "habitual offender" is defined as a person who has accumulated one of the following combinations of convictions, all of which were for offenses committed after July 1, 1974: a. Severe Violations. Three or more convictions of any of the following within a six-year period: i. Manslaughter resulting from the operation of a vehicle. ii. Operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or a drug in violation of Iowa Code section 321J.2. iii. Operating a motor vehicle while the person's driver's license is suspended, denied, revoked, or barred. iv. Perjury or the making of a false affidavit or statement under oath to the Department of Public Safety. v. An offense punishable as a felony under the motor vehicle laws or any felony in the commission of which a motor vehicle was used. vi. Failure to stop and leave information or to render aid at the scene of an accident as required by Iowa Code sections 321.261 and 321.263. vii. Eluding or attempting to elude a pursuing law enforcement vehicle in violation of Iowa Code section 321.279. viii. Serious injury by a motor vehicle due to operating while under the influence, reckless driving, or eluding a law enforcement vehicle in violation of Iowa Code section 707.6A, subsection 4. b. Frequent Violations. Six or more convictions within a two-year period of violations of Iowa Code chapter 321 or other law regulating the operation of vehicles on highways, whether in this state or another state which is a party to the interstate driver's license compact set forth in Iowa Code section 321C.1. 50