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How can juror misconduct affect a criminal trial?

Be entitled to a fair and impartial criminal trial is a constitutional right that you are awarded as an American citizen. A huge part of being ensuring a fair trial is guaranteeing that all jurors abide by strict North Dakota state and federal judicial guidelines. In the event that a juror illegally obtains information about your case and/or other related topics during the course of your trial, it can have a profound impact on the ultimate outcome of your case.

Understanding North Dakota DUI guidelines

When it comes to dealing with DUI charges in the state of North Dakota, it’s important to understand that the state takes a zero-tolerance stance on all related offenses. As a result, you can find yourself confronted by serious financial and criminal penalties even if it is your first offense. The attorneys at Dusek Law are committed to educating our clients about the nature and severity of drunk-driving offenses in the state, providing sound and effective defense strategies at every stage of the process.

Concerns and confusion over what constitutes child pornography

In order for any North Dakota state or federal law to really serve in the best interests of the public, that statute must be clearly defined and enforceable. Not only must legal guidelines account for victims’ rights and protections but they must also safeguard those suspected of committing criminal offenses against false accusations and persecution. Consequently, serious questions and concerns have been raised over the definition and enforcement of Internet-related child pornography offenses.

Distracted driving death results in felony charges

Most North Dakota residents would have to admit to using their cell phone or other tech device while driving recently. Distracted driving is a major issue in the state and across the country, as more and more people are becoming increasingly dependent upon mobile devices. Cell phones are playing such a major role in accident incidents, in fact, that law enforcement agencies and prosecutors are cracking down on distracted driving offenders with especially severe penalties.

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