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February 26th, 2016

22nd March 2017 | Sand Law, PLLC

A former oil truck driver that was based out of Watford City has been found guilty in a Federal Murder-For-Hire case. #sandlaw

Oil Field Creates Dangerous Conditions

22nd March 2017 | Sand Law, PLLC

This is an interesting news article describing the dangers of working and living in North Dakota’s oil patch. #sandlaw #oildfieldaccident #lawyers

The Dangers of Oilfield Traffic

22nd March 2017 | Sand Law, PLLC

Oilfield traffic can be extremely dangerous. Mixing in elements like poor weather conditions, semi-trucks, and hotshots make conditions even more risky. A recent report highlights the dangers of driving in the oilfield. If you or a loved one has been involved in an oilfield vehicle accident, contact an attorney to learn about your rights.

North Dakota DUI Numbers Remain Consistent In 2015.

22nd March 2017 | Sand Law, PLLC

North Dakota news agencies have reported that DUI arrests across the state remained about the same in 2015 as in 2014. Smith, N. “ND traffic deaths, DUI arrests nearly same as last year.” Bismarck Tribune 31 Dec. 2015. The importance of these statistics is that the increased DUI enforcement seen in Watford City, Williston, and… Read more »

Scouts hold mock trial at McKenzie ‘trailer court’

20th March 2017 | Sand Law, PLLC

On Oct. 21, more than 30 Watford City Cub Scouts from Pack 382 participated in the Cub Scouts Law Night presented by the McKenzie County Sheriff’s Office. McKenzie County State’s Attorney Jake Rodenbiker, Assistant State’s Attorney Chas Neff, Attorney William Sand and Northwest Judicial District Judge Robin Schmidt helped out. After a tour of the… Read more »