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Should You Take a Lie Detector Test to Prove Your Innocence - Sand Law PLLC North Dakota Criminal Defense Attorneys Should You Take a Lie Detector Test to Prove Your Innocence?

21st April 2022

If you’ve been arrested and you know you’re innocent, you’ll likely be willing to do whatever it takes to prove it – even if that means taking a polygraph, or lie detector test. Whether you’re facing a charge of having committed a financial crime,drug trafficking, a property crime or anything else, you might feel desperate… Read more »

How Crimes are Investigated and Prosecuted - Sand Law PLLC North Dakota Criminal Defense Attorneys How Crimes are Investigated and Prosecuted

25th March 2022

If you’ve been arrested, you’re naturally going to have a lot of questions. There’s a good chance you haven’t had any reason to pay much attention to the criminal justice system in the past, so you’re not sure what to expect. Whether you’re facing a misdemeanor or a felony charge, the stakes are going to… Read more »

Types of Property Crimes and Who They Affect - Sand Law PLLC North Dakota Personal Injury Attorneys Types of Property Crimes and Who They Affect

17th March 2022

There are several different types of property crimes, and they can all carry stiff penalties in North Dakota. If you’ve been arrested for one of these offenses, you’re going to need the help of an experienced attorney as soon as possible. It could make the difference between having either a reduced penalty – or even… Read more »

What are financial crimes - Sand Law PLLC North Dakota Criminal Defense Attorneys What are financial crimes?

22nd February 2022

If you’ve been charged with a financial crime, an attorney with Sand Law will be ready to make sure your rights are protected at every turn. These kinds of charges can be extremely serious, leading to life-changing penalties. But we’ll be with you every step of the way, and tell you exactly what to expect… Read more »

What’s the Difference Between Theft, Robbery, and Burglary - Sand Law PLLC North Dakota Criminal Defense Attorneys What’s the Difference Between Theft, Robbery, and Burglary?

15th October 2021

You might not have ever given much thought to the differences between theft, robbery and burglary. But if you or a loved one has been charged with one of these crimes, you’re probably finding yourself thinking about those differences much more than you like. It’s very important to know how these different crimes differ. Additionally,… Read more »

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 »

Why You Should Hire a Minot Criminal Defense Attorney - Sand Law PLLC - North Dakota Lawyers Why You Should Hire a Minot Criminal Defense Attorney

17th May 2021

There are many reasons to hire a criminal defense attorney. Here are some of the most important ones. When a crime is committed, the defendant must face the judicial system, speak about their actions and allow the judge and jury to determine if they’re innocent or guilty. When a person is guilty of the crimes,… Read more »