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December 2014 Archives

Study links genetics, environment with antisocial behavior

Individuals in North Dakota may be interested to learn that a recent study has suggested there may be a link between genetics, the environment in which an individual grows up in and anti-social behavior. The study was conducted by researchers from Sweden and Canada, and the results were published in the December 2014 International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology issue.

Man charged for DUI after truck accident

A 35-year-old man was accused of driving drunk after he was involved in an accident in central North Dakota on Dec. 7. The two-vehicle crash involved the accused man's 1999 Ford pickup truck and a tractor-trailer. As a result of the collision, the man's truck was sliced in half, and both vehicles were disabled.

A traffic law overview for North Dakota residents

There are two options that motorists have when they receive a traffic citation in North Dakota. First, they may send the bond in a bond envelope to the Clerk of District Court, leaving the citation unsigned within 14 days. The other option is to send the bond to the same address after signing and dating the citation. Signing the citation indicates that the driver is requesting a court hearing. Citations may be also be paid online with a credit card in lieu of sending a check through the mail.

How intoxication levels affect driving abilities

Just like every other state, North Dakota has a legal blood-alcohol concentration limit of .08 percent for drivers who are over the age of 21. Drivers who are under the age of 21 are not allowed to drive with any amount of alcohol in their system. Although the legal BAC limit for drivers is .08 percent, statistics show that the majority of drinking and driving deaths occur when a driver has a BAC of .1 percent or greater.

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