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Most Common Drugs Involved in DWI Cases - Sand Law PLLC North Dakota Criminal Defense DUI Attorney Most Common Drugs Involved in DWI Cases

15th September 2021

Most people associate driving while intoxicated (DWI) arrests with alcohol. But DWI arrests involving drugs also commonly occur. Whenever someone is considered to be under the influence of any intoxicating substance, that can be grounds for a DWI charge. Sand Law PLLC has skilled attorneys who can provide you with expert representation if you’ve been… Read more »

Federal Drug Offense Defense Lawyers in North Dakota - Sand Law PLLC Federal Drug Offense Defense Lawyers in North Dakota

28th August 2021

Facing any sort of drug offense is intimidating, of course. But facing a federal charge is even worse, considering the severity of the penalties. You need an exceptionally skilled lawyer who not only has experience, but a track record of success in defending people against this type of crime. At Sand Law PLLC, we have… Read more »

Most Common North Dakota Motorcycle Accident Injuries - Sand Law PLLC North Dakota Personal Injury Attorneys Most Common North Dakota Motorcycle Accident Injuries

16th August 2021

Even though North Dakota provides a perfect environment for riding, motorcycle accidents occur far too often. While it’s a thrilling hobby, it’s also a dangerous one that can lead to devastating injuries – or worse. When you’re on a motorcycle, you just don’t have the same level of protection as a driver or passenger in… Read more »

How do Ignition Interlock Devices Work after a DUI - Sand Law PLLC North Dakota Criminal Defense Attorney How do Ignition Interlock Devices Work after a DUI?

16th July 2021

If you’ve been arrested for a DUI (driving under the influence), you may be required to install an ignition interlock device into your vehicle. When you’re arrested, there are many different potential outcomes for your case. You may have to serve jail time, pay fines, take classes, or install certain devices to be used before… Read more »

Is it Okay to Drive After Only Two Drinks - Sand Law PLLC North Dakota DUI DWI Criminal Defense Attorney Is it Okay to Drive After Only Two Drinks?

2nd July 2021

Oftentimes when people go out drinking, they question how many drinks they can have before it’s still a good idea to drive home. The answer to this question of whether or not you can drive home after two alcoholic beverages isn’t cut and dry. Each person’s body is different. Therefore, the amount of alcohol a… Read more »

Top 10 Causes of Motorcycle Accidents in North Dakota - Sand Law PLLC Top 10 Causes of Motorcycle Accidents in North Dakota

28th June 2021

If you ride a motorcycle, you know how exhilarating and adrenaline-inducing it can be to cruise on the open road. You also know how challenging it is to control your motorcycle and how safe you need to do so. When you’re riding a motorcycle, following safety procedures can mean life or death. However, most motorcycle… Read more »

Who Can File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit in North Dakota - Sand Law PLLC Personal Injury Attorneys Who Can File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit in North Dakota?

21st June 2021

Wrongful death and personal injury lawsuits are treated a bit differently in North Dakota, so it’s important to know the differentiation. Specifically, what is a wrongful death lawsuit, how long after your loved one passes do you have to file one, and who can file a wrongful death lawsuit in the state of North Dakota?… Read more »

Motorcyclists, Bicyclists, and Pedestrians are the Most Vulnerable Road Users - Sand Law North Dakota - Bismarck Minot Personal Injury Attorneys Motorcyclists, Bicyclists, and Pedestrians are the Most Vulnerable Road Users

14th June 2021

Explaining the Term “Vulnerable Road User” A vulnerable road user is a person on the road that isn’t behind the wheel of a car or truck. This includes pedestrians, cyclists, motorcyclists, roller skaters, and skateboarders (and more). They are classified as vulnerable because of the lack of protection they have compared to a passenger vehicle… Read more »