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what is bail bond difference - north dakota criminal defense attorneys - sand law pllc What is the difference between Bail and Bond?

26th October 2020

After being arrested, you may be scared, stressed, and unsure of the process that’s to follow. There are many steps in the criminal process that begin the moment you’re arrested and will continue until after your trial. Whether you were arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol, marijuana, or other drugs, one of the… Read more »

Court Proceedings in a North Dakota Criminal Case - Sand Law PLLC - North Dakota Criminal Defense Attorneys Court Proceedings in a North Dakota Criminal Case

15th August 2020

What to expect in a North Dakota criminal case? How a Criminal Case Differs From a Civil Case Parties In a civil case, a civilian will often file a lawsuit against another person or business. These types of cases can occur because of car accidents, personal injuries because of slips and falls or other injuries… Read more »

FAQ: What to expect when you get arrested - Sand Law - North Dakota Criminal Defense Attorneys FAQ: What to Expect When You Get Arrested in North Dakota

11th June 2020

If You Get Arrested, You Need to Know What To Do and What Not To Do Over 30,000 arrests are made annually in the state of North Dakota. Some people are caught breaching the law while others simply find themselves in the wrong place at the wrong time.  In any case, getting arrested is a… Read more »

best criminal lawyer in north dakota - sand law pllc - north dakota criminal defense attorneys Arrested in North Dakota? What You Need To Know

30th April 2020

If you’re facing a misdemeanor or felony in North Dakota, here’s what you need to know to protect yourself. If you have recently been arrested in North Dakota, you should understand the arrest process and investigation, the types of criminal offenses in North Dakota, and the court and trial process. Being charged with a crime… Read more »

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30th April 2020

What Legal Defenses are There for Drug Offenses? Whether you are facing prosecution for possession of a controlled substance or the intent to sell or distribute an illegal substance, you may have a number of potential legal defenses available to assert. Depending on the unique circumstances of your case, choosing the right drug defense in… Read more »

Domestic Violence Growing as Coronavirus Forces Victims to Stay at Home - Sand Law North Dakota Domestic Violence Growing as Coronavirus Forces Victims to Stay at Home

24th April 2020

COVID-19 Lockdown Has Unexpected Consequences for Domestic Violence Victims How common is domestic violence?  Domestic violence is an umbrella term that encompasses child abuse, partner abuse, and elder abuse. However, the most common form of domestic abuse is partner abuse. This abuse does not always have to be physical, but can include economical, sexual, and… Read more »

Federal Charges in North Dakota - Federal Charges Lawyer - Sand Law PLLC North Dakota Federal Charges

31st March 2020

What are North Dakota Federal Charges? The United States Attorney’s Office for the District of North Dakota is responsible for prosecuting federal crimes throughout the state and for prosecuting all violent crimes occurring within the Fort Berthold Reservation, the Spirit Lake Reservation, and the Turtle Mountain Reservation. Federal criminal charges are generally much more serious… Read more »

Steps to Take after an Assault Charge

27th February 2020

What Should I Do When Charged With Assault? It can be a scary time when you get charged with an assault in North Dakota. You probably have no idea what is going to happen to you. You are probably worrying about the potential trial and figuring out whether or not you are going to be… Read more »

What Are Your Miranda Rights? - Sand Law North Dakota - Criminal Defense Attorney What Are Your Miranda Rights?

10th February 2020

“You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be provided for you. Do you understand the rights I have just read to you? With these rights… Read more »