Stowers & Sarcone, PLC
West Des Moines, Iowa
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West Glen Town Center, The Hub Building, Suite 130, 650 South Prairie View Drive
West Des Moines, Iowa
(Dallas & Polk Cos.)
Mailing Address: West Glen Town Center, The Hub Building, Suite 130, 650 South Prairie View Drive, West Des Moines, Iowa, 50266
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Office Hours:Monday: 08:00 AM-05:00 PM
Tuesday: 08:00 AM-05:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:00 AM-05:00 PM
Thursday: 08:00 AM-05:00 PM
Friday: 08:00 AM-05:00 PM
Other hours by appointment.
Other hours by appointment.
About this office:
The team at Stowers & Sarcone located in Des Moines, Iowa, provides high quality, effective and experienced representation to those facing criminal charges throughout the state of Iowa. If you or a loved one has been arrested for, charged with, or is under investigation for a crime, contact us today to schedule a consultation and put an experienced trial team on your side.
As a trial lawyer, lead attorney Dean Stowers has tried many jury trials throughout Iowa at the state and federal level. Mr. Stowers has secured acquittals for his clients in more than two-thirds of his trials. Mr. Stowers has represented clients in some of the most complex white collar and non-white collar cases in Iowa's State and Federal courts. He has also argued more than 35 cases before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. Mr. Stowers has obtained numerous reversals and precedent setting outcomes for his clients. Let Stowers & Sarcone, PLC put this experience to work for you.
Nicholas Sarcone graduated from the University of Iowa School of Law in May 2007. While Nick attended the University of Iowa Law School, he clerked at the Federal Public Defender's Offices for the Northern District of California and for the Southern District of Iowa. In the summer of 2007 Nick moved to Florida, took the Florida Bar exam and became employed at the Hillsborough County Public Defender's Office in Tampa from August 2007 to October 2008. In October 2008 Nick decided to return to his hometown, was admitted to the Iowa bar, and joined a private law firm where he was in general practice with an emphasis on criminal defense. Nick remains licensed to practice in both Florida and Iowa. Nick joined the Stowers Law Firm in April 2010. He then became a partner in Stowers & Sarcone, PLC in January 2014. Nick is a zealous, skilled advocate committed to representing clients skillfully and professionally to achieve the very best outcomes for them.
Upon graduation in 2003 from AIB College of Business, Amy Nauman began working as a Legal Assistant for Dean Stowers. Amy has a combined total of 8 years experience as a legal assistant. She has experience in trial support in civil and criminal litigation, transcription, organizing and summarizing discovery materials and preparing legal documents. As a legal assistant, Amy has become highly skilled at complex case organization, including through the use of case management software and techniques. Amy has employed her talents to the benefit of many clients in particularly complex and difficult cases all the way through attending trial as part of a trial team. Amy is devoted to her career in assisting the attorneys in providing the best outcome for the firm's clients.
Statement of Practice Summary:
Criminal Defense; Criminal Law; Federal Criminal Law; Criminal Appeals; Criminal Conspiracy; Criminal Forfeiture; Criminal Antitrust; Criminal Fraud; Criminal Taxation; Complex Litigation; Defense Litigation; Trial Practice; US Supreme Court Litigation; Assault and Battery; Domestic Violence; Driving While Intoxicated; DUI/DWI; Extradition; Felonies; Forgery; Habeas Corpus; Homicide; Manslaughter; Misdemeanors; Money Laundering; Murder; Parole and Probation; Post-Conviction Remedies; Search and Seizure; Sex Crimes; Sexual Assault; Theft; Traffic Violations; Vehicular Homicide; Weapons Charges; Health Care Fraud; Mail Fraud; Securities Fraud; Tax Fraud; Wire Fraud; Tax Evasion; Grand Jury Practice; Civil Forfeiture; Constitutional Law; Federal Civil Litigation; Federal Litigation; Freedom of Religion; Administrative Adjudications; Administrative Hearings and Appeals; Alcoholic Beverage Law; Alcoholic Beverage Control; Dram Shop Liability; Liquor Liability; Assault; Drugs and Narcotics; Civil Drug Forfeiture; Controlled Substances Law; Drug Crimes; Drug Forfeiture; Drug Trafficking; Drivers License Suspension; Family Law; Alimony; Divorce; Domestic Relations; Domestic Torts; Interstate Support; Name Changes; No Fault Divorce; Paternity; Spousal Support; Restraining Orders; Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROs); Post Divorce Modification; Uncontested Divorce; Child Abuse and Neglect; Child Custody; Child Sexual Abuse; Child Support; Juvenile Criminal Law; Juvenile Dependency; Juvenile Delinquency; Juvenile Law; Appellate Practice; Identity Theft; Fraud; Civil Fraud; Fraud and Deceit; White Collar Crime; Embezzlement; White Collar Criminal Defense; White Collar Fraud; RICO; Civil RICO; Prisoners Rights; Law Enforcement; Corrections Law; Excessive Use of Force; False Arrest; False Imprisonment; High Speed Police Pursuit Litigation; Law Enforcement Disciplinary; Police Brutality; Police Liability; Police Misconduct; Judicial Review; Ambien; Fifth Amendment Law; First Amendment Law; Fourth Amendment Law; Freedom of Information; Litigation; U.S. Supreme Court Litigation; Methamphetamine Crimes; Whiplash; Accidents; Automobile Accidents and Injuries; Automobile Negligence; Motor Vehicle Accidents and Injuries; Breast Implant Litigation; Children; Child Abduction; Childrens Rights; Child Welfare; Parental Kidnapping; Termination of Parental Rights; Liquor Licensing; Burglary; Capital Offenses; Crime Victims Compensation; Criminal Investigation; Criminal Prosecution; Death Penalty; Electronic Surveillance; Expungements; Extortion; Forensic Accounting; Forensic DNA; Forensic Medicine; Forensic Science; Hit and Run; International Criminal Law; International Extradition; Malicious Prosecution; Shoplifting; Stalking; Victims Rights; Wiretapping.
All Members and Associates are admitted to practice in all State and Federal Courts of Iowa and the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals. Additionally, Dean Stowers is admitted to practice in the 1st Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. Nicholas Sarcone is admitted to practice in the State of Florida.