Despite coming every year, tax season is still a stressful time for most people in North Dakota. This time of year can be doubly stressful for those who are accused of committing tax evasion. Some individuals might not even be certain of why they were charged, while others may feel more focused on planning their criminal defense.
It may become much harder for police officers in North Dakota to arrest people for drunk driving. Lawmakers in the state recently proposed a bill that outlaws DUI checkpoints. House Bill 1442 states that law enforcement needs to have reasonable suspicion a person is under the influence of alcohol to pull him or her over.
North Dakota parents and authorities usually expect teachers to uphold a certain level of conduct and professionalism with their students. Any suspected violation of these standards can lead to serious criminal consequences for those involved. A high school math teacher recently resigned her position after she was arrested for allegedly engaging in sex crimes with a student.