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Jason A. Lowry

Jason LowryJason A. Lowry
General Practice

Phone: (515) 267-9000

Fax: (515) 267-8100


Jason A. Lowry practiced law between the years of 2015-17 after being admitted to the Iowa bar in 2015. He has resumed the practice of law after working in the life insurance and mortgage industries for 2 years. His main areas of focus included Real Estate & Title Law, Tax Preparation, Estate Planning, Municipal Law, and Contracts. Currently, Jason works on a wide array of legal issues in multiple areas of the law.


Mr. Lowry received his Juris Doctorate (J.D.) degree from Drake University Law School in 2014. While at Drake he participated as a student-attorney with the Elder Law section of the Drake Legal Clinic and assisted clients in matters such as Probate, Estate Planning, Miller Trusts, Social Security, and Elder Abuse. He also worked as a law clerk for Polk County Senior Magistrate, Joel Novak. Prior to law school, he attended Iowa State University where he received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. Jason is originally from Mingo, Iowa.


Practicing In:

  • General Practice


Member of:

  • Iowa State Bar Association
    • Probate, Trust & Estate Planning Section
    • Real Estate & Title Law Section
  • Polk County Bar Association
  • Jasper County Bar Association
  • Iowa Young Lawyers Division

Bar Admissions

  • Iowa State Bar (2015)


  • Drake University Law School (J.D. 2014)
    • Drake Legal Clinic
    • Law Clerk for the Honorable Judge Novak
    • Delta Theta Phi
  • Iowa State University (B.A. 2011)
    • Dean’s List (2011)



Recent News

5-21-2020: Daniel Rothman’s client was charged with domestic assault causing injury in Polk County. Daniel noted numerous issues with the state’s case. The prosecutor agreed to dismiss the case in its entirety and thereby cancel the no contact order. As the case was dismissed by the state the client will have no conviction and can even have the arrest and charge expunged off of the public record.


3-4-2020: After a 2 year struggle, the Iowa Court of appeals granted a unanimous decision for our OWI client, regarding when an officer must inform an arrested person of their Iowa Code Section 804.20 communication rights. The Court of Appeals held that even a vague request for communication must prompt an officer to explain communication rights and offer calls or other options. The Court of Appeals further held that as a result of this violation the trial court judge’s ruling must be overturned and that judge must now exclude the breath test and all incriminating evidence obtained after the violation of our client’s rights.


03-02-20: Daniel Rothman’s client took a deal for a public intoxication charge, that can be expunged off his record and will not effect his DOT record. Although he tested above the legal limit the jury refused to convict and after a mistrial was ordered by the judge, the State decided not to try the case again.


02-24-20: A Polk county prosecutor decided to offer a reduction to public intoxication, from the OWI charge, as they did not think they would win at trial. Although the client had a great chance to win the trial they decided to take the deal as they needed to move out of state for work.


12-19-19: Daniel Rothman argued that his client’s Iowa Code Section 804.20 rights were violated by denying him communications to his wife. The Dallas county judge that heard the matter, agreed. As a result the client’s .318 test result is deemed inadmissible at trial and the DOT must also restore the Defendant’s driving privileges.


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Recent Blog Posts


School Bus Passing Laws
October 12 2018
The school year is in full swing again, which means many of our commutes involve encounters with school buses shuttling children between home, school, or other activities.

Child Support and Changes in Custodial Care
August 06 2018
Our office fields many calls regarding child support. Everything from beginning to end. My least favorite calls are the parent who took in their child when the custodial parent was unable or unwilling to do so...