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November 2014 Archives

What three tests are commonly used for field sobriety tests?

In North Dakota, when a police officer or patrolman suspects that a person is driving while intoxicated, they must first establish probable cause before they can make an arrest. Most of the time, an officer will establish probable cause by pulling the driver over and asking them to perform one of several standardized tests. Knowing what to expect during the stop may help a driver perform the tests without stress or anxiety, which can potentially produce a more accurate result.

How to avoid phishing scams

Residents of North Dakota may have heard the term phishing before. However, it is important to understand what it is and how it can affect a person. Phishing is the act of fishing for an individual's financial or other personal information. It commonly involves an individual receiving an email that looks like it is from a financial or government agency. However, it is actually from a person or entity committing a scam.

North Dakota man sentenced after trafficking conviction

A North Dakota man was sentenced to 17 years in prison after pleading guilty to charges of distribution of methamphetamine and the illegal use of a firearm while engaging in drug trafficking. In their Nov. 4 announcement, federal prosecutors claimed the charges were related to his alleged participation in the violent kidnapping and beating of another man in 2012.

What is cyberbullying?

North Dakota parents may be aware of a modern phenomenon called cyberbullying. Cyberbullying is similar to traditional bullying, except that it occurs online or through other digital means. Examples of cyberbullying include sending threatening emails, spreading revealing or embarrassing information about an individual or using a website to rate people on their appearance. Ultimately, these actions attempt to intimidate or humiliate an individual.

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