3-17-17: Bill Brewer acquired a $100,000 settlement for his client who suffered injuries in a motor vehicle accident in Polk County.
4-20-2017: Murray B. Gotsdiner was recognized at the 2017 Better Business Bureau Torch Awards Luncheon for his volunteer work as an Arbitrator for the BBB.
2-10-17: Daniel Rothman argued a motion to dismiss alleging that the State violated Iowa Rule of Criminal Procedure 2.33. The State did not comply with its filing obligations and the Judge dismissed the entire case. The case was dismissed with prejudice, so the State cannot try to refile the charges.
1-9-17: Daniel Rothman got a Polk County Prosecutor to concede on a motion to suppress arguing that the officer did not have a legal basis to stop the Client’s car. The Court granted the motion and suppressed everything. This ruling allowed the client to avoid any kind of criminal conviction.
1-5-17: Daniel Rothman was able to convince a Dallas County Prosecutor that the arresting officer violated our client’s 804.20 rights as the officer limited the scope of calls the client could make while at the police station. The Court granted the motion to suppress. The client can reinstate their driving privileges and avoid a conviction in criminal court.
11-2-16: Daniel Rothman’s client was charged with Domestic Abuse Assault. After the case had been pending for several months, the prosecutor finally dismissed the case and even assessed the court costs to the state.
7-10-16 - Bill Brewer acquired a $65,000 judgment for his client who slipped and fell in a retail store in Warren County.
12-16-15 - Daniel Rothman and Bill Brewer’s client was charged with felony possession of methamphetamine and a Parole violation. After a contested motion to suppress hearing, the court threw out all of the Prosecution’s evidence after it was shown by the defense that the police officer conducted an illegal search. All charges and the violation were dismissed and the client was released from custody.