October

October 31, 2019
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The Right to Remain Silent: What Are Your Rights, Really? 🤔

Between recent Supreme Court decisions and landmark cases that have been standing for decades, it is important to know your rights while being questioned by police. Here are some decisions that are currently in place regarding your right to remain silent. Miranda Rights The Miranda warning is a verbal statement […]
October 29, 2019
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Watch Out for Drunk Drivers Around Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a time to gather with family and friends, to remember all that we have to be thankful for, and of course, to stuff yourself with delicious foods. It is not a time to worry about deaths or injuries attributable to drunk drivers, but sadly, you must. People tend […]
October 24, 2019
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Can the Police Search Your Vehicle at a Traffic Stop?

Let’s say you are driving home from a party one night when suddenly you see the infamous red or blue lights flashing behind you. A quick glance at your speedometer reveals you are going ten mph over the speed limit. During the traffic stop, the officer asks if he may […]
October 21, 2019
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Pedestrian Accidents and Halloween

The leaves are falling, and the stores are once again filled with festive costumes and sugary treats to help families gear up for one of the biggest nights of the year. While this night is all about fantasy and fun, drivers and pedestrians alike still need to utilize caution and […]
October 17, 2019
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Do Grandparents Have Visitation Rights?

As a grandparent, watching your grandchildren grow and flourish is one of the most joyful parts of life. When your child and their significant other terminate their relationship, however, child custody can become a major issue, with visitation rights between the parents a focal point. Often times though, a grandparent’s […]
October 15, 2019
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Different Levels of Misdemeanors in North Dakota: What do They Mean?

Generally speaking, a misdemeanor is a crime that has a maximum penalty of up to one year in jail or prison. In the United States, each state is able to classify different levels of misdemeanor crimes.
October 10, 2019
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Is There a Grace Period for Real Estate Purchase Contracts?

Nearly every adult and child of age to make a purchase in North Dakota or Minnesota has experienced “buyer’s remorse,” that feeling one gets when one makes a purchase that is not as great of a bargain as the buyer initially thought. Perhaps it was a “splurge” purchase that, upon […]
October 9, 2019
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Auto Insurance Tactics that Can Hurt the Outcome of Your Case

If you’ve recently been involved in an auto crash, here’s something you should know; most car crash cases are resolved through a settlement arrangement between the victim and the at-fault party’s insurance company. Even though the overwhelming majority never see the inside of a courtroom, it’s still important for victims […]
October 7, 2019
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How a Felony Conviction Can Affect Your Career

Everyone knows that a criminal conviction – and particularly a felony conviction – can result in substantial legal penalties, including fines, imprisonment, and the loss of certain rights. If you’re facing felony charges, it’s important to understand that the consequences of a felony conviction on your record can go far […]
October 3, 2019
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Playground Accidents Can Cause Serious Injuries

Kids are back to school, and this means they are spending more time on playgrounds. Kids and playgrounds go together, and it’s great to see children having a good time doing what children do best – playing. Unfortunately, school playgrounds (and other public or private playgrounds) that aren’t well designed, […]
October 1, 2019
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Am I Required to Give the Police My Name if They Ask for It?

Many people wonder if they are required to identify themselves to the police if asked, and the answer . . . is complicated. The Supreme Court has found that a state’s statutes can require a subject who is being questioned to provide his or her name in the course of […]
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