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Can I Get a DUI in North Dakota if My Drink Was Spiked?

7th January 2023

Getting a DUI is scary, no matter what the circumstances. But if your drink was spiked and an officer arrested you, you have every right to be angry and frustrated. You may have no idea what will happen if you’ve never been arrested before. A DUI attorney with Sand Law is ready to fight for… Read more »

Do I Need to Hire a Dog Bite Injury Attorney?

30th December 2022

You might have recently suffered a frightening dog attack, and you’re wondering if you should take legal action against the owner. If the dog bite led to you needing medical help, then you definitely need to hire a dog bite injury attorney as soon as possible. There’s no reason you should have to pay for… Read more »

Penalties for Misdemeanors and Felonies in North Dakota

7th December 2022

One of the most important things to know if you’ve been arrested in North Dakota is not to take your charge lightly. Even something as seemingly “minor” as a misdemeanor charge could have a profound impact on your life. Obviously, if you’re looking at a felony charge, you should be extremely concerned. In fact, it… Read more »

Types of Truck Accidents

18th November 2022

There are several different types of truck accidents, but they all have two things in common. They happen far too often, and they result in severe injuries and deaths far too often as well. North Dakota is actually one of the worst states in the nation for commercial track accident deaths, ranking No. 12. As… Read more »

Holiday DUI Statistics + Steps to Take if You’re Arrested

4th November 2022

As you might expect, holiday DUI statistics don’t paint a pretty picture. A lot of people who usually don’t touch alcohol decide to imbibe a little bit this time of year. Not only does this put other motorists at risk, but it also puts drivers at risk of being pulled over. People might not realize… Read more »

Internal Injuries Caused by Car Accidents

26th October 2022

Whenever someone drives in a negligent fashion, whether they drive recklessly, they drive impaired, or they commit some other type of negligence, that can put other motorists in serious danger. Other drivers will be at risk of suffering severe internal injuries that could be life-threatening. What makes internal injuries caused by car accidents so dangerous?… Read more »

Laws that Protect You if You’re Pulled Over - Sand Law PLLC Minot Fargo North Dakota Criminal Defense DUI DWI Attorneys Your Legal Rights if You’re Pulled Over in Fargo

17th October 2022

Being pulled over is obviously a frightening situation for anyone. But you should know that there are laws that protect your legal rights when you are pulled over by a law enforcement officer. You may be worried about the possibility of being arrested, while the officer won’t be completely sure whether or not you’re a… Read more »

5 Ways Insurance Companies Avoid Paying and How We Combat Them - Sand Law PLLC - Minot Fargo Bismarck Watford City Williston North Dakota Car Accident Personal Injury Attorneys 5 Ways Insurance Companies Avoid Paying and How We Combat Them

26th September 2022

Insurance companies are notorious for using bad faith tactics in an effort to avoid paying injury victims their rightful compensation. That’s the case whether someone is hurt in a truck accident, a car accident, or they’re injured because they slip and fall on someone else’s negligently maintained property. Insurers typically care about only one thing… Read more »

3 Steps to Take After a DUI Arrest in North Dakota - Sand Law PLLC - Minot Fargo North Dakota Criminal Defense DWI Attorneys 3 Steps to Take After a DUI Arrest in North Dakota

12th September 2022

It’s obviously scary after being arrested for a DUI. You’re not only worried about potential jail time and stiff fines, you might also be dreading having an interlock device put on your car. But you’re going to need to keep a clear head – an arrest won’t necessarily mean a conviction. Suppose you took a… Read more »