Robert G. Rehkemper
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Robert G. Rehkemper

GRL Law 440 Fairway Dr., Suite 210
West Des Moines, IA 50266

Phone: 515-226-0500

Website: http://www.grllaw.com

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About Robert G. Rehkemper

Mr. Rehkemper was selected to the Super Lawyers list for the fifth straight year in 2017, and has repeatedly been named Avvo’s Client Choice and Top Attorney for DUI defense with a Superb rating of 10.0 out of a possible 10.0. Mr. Rehkemper is the State of Iowa Delegate for the National College of DUI Defense and is also a Board Member for the Iowa Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and Criminal Defense Core Group for the Iowa Association for Justice. A frequent speaker at attorney education seminars, Mr. Rehkemper has distinguished himself as a premier defense attorney in the State of Iowa for drunk driving and vehicular homicide charges. Mr. Rehkemper’s aggressive and thorough investigation of each case, coupled with his meticulous preparation for hearings, arguments and trials, has resulted in an impressive list of representative cases that speaks for itself.


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