No. 51828.

140 N.W.2d 866 (1966)

Leroy Dale GOTTSCHALK, Appellee, v. William F. SUEPPEL, Commissioner of the Iowa Department of Public Safety, Appellant.

Supreme Court of Iowa.

Rehearing Denied May 3, 1966.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Lawrence F. Scalise, Atty. Gen., Joseph S. Brick and Michael S. McCauley, Asst. Attys. Gen., for appellant.

William B. Norton, Lowden, for appellee.

GARFIELD, Chief Justice.

The commissioner of public safety has appealed from an order of the district court vacating the revocation for 120 days of plaintiff Gottschalk's driver's license because of his refusal to submit to a chemical test under the Uniform Chemical Test for Intoxication Act, frequently called the Implied Consent Law, sections 37 through 50, chapter 114, Laws of the Sixtieth General Assembly.

The court's decision is based on its conclusion...


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