Henkels & Baker PC
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Criminal Defense

Criminal Defense

Drunk driving, or Operating While Intoxicated (OWI), may be an extremely common charge in Eastern Iowa. However, that does not take away from how serious the charges are, and how much they can affect a person’s life. An OWI (also known as DUI or DWI in other states) can have a significant effect on a person’s finances, freedom and even their job.

OWI is like any other charge: prosecutors must prove every element beyond a reasonable doubt. OWI or DUI tests are not above challenge, nor are the assertions of an arresting officer. Your attorney can help you fight the charges.

If you are charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or any other substances, Dustin Baker Law can fight for your rights. We can push back against accusations of drunk driving, using our years of experience to advocate for you. We can seek the best possible results for you, challenging test results or the details of your arrest. We can also represent you in any legal hearings that may occur that are related to OWI charges.

We represent those accused of drunk driving anywhere in the state of Iowa.

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