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Can violating a protection order count as an Internet crime?

Countless victims of domestic violence file for restraining orders or protection orders against their abusers every year in North Dakota, as well as the rest of the country. According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, domestic violence is responsible for many cases of violent crime. Protection orders aim to protect victims from further harm or the threat of harm.

FBI operation rescues 149 underage sex trafficking victims

Numerous people in North Dakota and other states are accused by law enforcement of sex crimes, whether or not they actually committed the act. These allegations are very serious, since they can result in lifelong consequences. Child sexual abuse is a severe crime, but many people are falsely accused of something they did not do.

Can you fail a field sobriety test while sober?

During the upcoming holiday season, you may see an increase in law enforcement attempts to prevent drunk driving and catch intoxicated drivers. One of the tactics that police officers commonly use in North Dakota and other states is the field sobriety test. The Standardized Field Sobriety Test, as outlined by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, involves three different types of tests that may help an officer detect signs of intoxication. These include the one-leg stand, the walk-and-turn and the horizontal gaze nystagmus test.

Many reasons teens try out drugs

Those who are accused of drug crimes, especially drug possession, are not always the hardened criminals that the media portrays them to be. North Dakota residents who are arrested for doing drugs started out like everyone else, but made decisions that may have led them to become addicted.

Some aggressive driving behaviors may result in criminal charges

Many drivers in North Dakota may see such actions as speeding or swerving in and out of traffic to be normal driving behaviors. People are busy, and assertive driving can get someone where they need to go faster than those who take their time – or so they think. In reality, aggressive driving is not only dangerous, but may result in criminal penalties.

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