Roger Krohn

Roger KrohnRoger is a graduate of National Institute of Technology (A.A.S. Electronics Engineering Technology), Bellevue University (B.S. Business Administration), and is currently obtaining a Juris Doctor at Concordia University in Boise. Roger is a U.S. Army veteran and later earned his commission as an officer while a member of the Iowa National Guard.

 

Roger is a former law enforcement professional, retiring after twenty-seven years of decorated service as a deputy sheriff in Iowa. Roger worked in every capacity that a law enforcement officer could work in over his long career and gained extensive experience in all types of criminal investigations, drug and alcohol enforcement, and is state certified in many areas of investigation including Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) dealing with drug impaired drivers, DUI Investigation, Arson Investigation, Use of Force-Defensive Tactics Instructor, Traffic Enforcement- RADAR/LIDAR Instructor, Clandestine Laboratory Investigator/Technician and numerous other areas. Roger puts all of these skills to work for our clients.

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DUI Arrests: Making Them Less Complicated

Boise DUI defense attorneys handle several DUI claims yearly; some they win, some they lose. However, a common factor is that many DUI arrests are preventable. Similarly, arrestees can also prevent several convictions. The result of a DUI claim usually starts from the first police stop. Sadly, few drivers understand this. So, they go on…
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Border to Border DUI Education and Enforcement on New Year’s Eve

The Idaho State police members and the Western States Traffic Safety coalition (WSTSC) came together in a joint DUI education effort to urge people to drive safely, buckle up and stay sober on New Year’s Eve while driving. DUI-related cases usually go up during New Year’s Eve. This was done to make New Year’s Eve…
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Can Smoking Affect a Breathalyzer Test Result?

Road accidents are a leading cause of death across the world. According to the World Health Organization, at least 1.3 million people lose their lives in road accidents yearly. This includes accidents involving cars, bicycles, trucks, or motorcycles. Therefore, if you are caught driving erratically, you may be pulled over by a police officer and…