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North Dakota DUI Lawyers

With the constantly changing DUI landscape in North Dakota, it is essential if you have been charged with DUI/APC that you contact a firm that can defend your rights to the full extent of the law.

In many other states a DUI is known as a DWI (Driving While Intoxicated). North Dakota takes a different approach to drinking and driving laws because under North Dakota law a driver can be UNDER .08% BAC (Blood Alcohol Concentration) and STILL be charged with a DUI. That is why it is important that you hire a law firm that understands the specific nuances of the law.

Here’s a look at how the North Dakota DUI Attorneys approach defending your case:

Free Consultation

We provide you with a free consultation to discuss the circumstances of your particular case. Every case is factually unique, which means that every case contains unique legal issues. The consultation stage gives us a chance to get a jump start on your case before dealing with the prosecution or walking into the courtroom.

In Depth Case Evaluation

Once our firm receives the discovery information on your case, we dissect the complete case file for legal issues and constitutional deficiencies. Combined with the information gathered from you at the free consultation stage, this process affords us the opportunity to be one step ahead of the game.

Dedicated Advocacy

Our attorneys are passionate about defending your legal rights. Whatever the circumstances of your case are, it is our goal to provide you with the most effective representation possible.

DUI/APC Cases:

The North Dakota DUI Law Firm handles the following levels of DUI offenses:

  • DUI First Offense
  • DUI Second Offense
  • DUI Third Offense
  • DUI Fourth + Offense
  • Felony DUI
  • Refusal
  • Drug Involved DUI

With offices in Williston, Watford City, Minot, and Bismarck – we are strategically located to handle DUI, DWI, and APC cases and throughout the State of North Dakota.