Experienced, Creative DUI Defense
The penalties for a DUI/DWI in North Dakota are harsh, and winning a case on your own is difficult. The experienced DUI lawyers at Dusek Law have the knowledge and the experience to deliver a strong and creative defense. In every case, we focus on mitigating the consequences our clients face and seeking the best resolution for them.
Attorney David Dusek has more than 20 years of experience and has focused his career on defending the rights of those accused of crimes. While North Dakota and Minnesota take a hard stance against drivers accused of DUI, there are options.
Sometimes, there is a problem with the charge. We have information on the field sobriety tests and work with a team of experts. Attorney David Dusek also has advanced training in DUI defense strategies that focus on possible problems with breath testing machines and their software and source code, as well as the limitations of hospital blood tests. He received that training from the American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys.
Using our knowledge of law enforcement and DUI rules, we create innovative and aggressive defenses for our clients.
We Understand Both North Dakota And Minnesota DUI Laws
In North Dakota, you need to respond within 10 days of receiving your chemical test in order to contest the revocation of your license. Contact us right away to fight for your license.
- The different levels and penalties of DUI charges in North Dakota and Minnesota
- Can you challenge a field sobriety test?
- What is implied consent?
- We Have Advanced Level Training on Investigating The Arresting Officer In A DUI Case
- Open container laws
- Alcohol charges can impact hunting and recreational activities
- DUI while on a boat (BUI)
- DUI involving marijuana
- Underage drinking
- Criminal offenses and college students
CDL License Defense
People with commercial driver’s licenses (CDL) face even more severe consequences. People who are convicted of their first DUI or lose the implied consent hearing could lose their CDL for a year. A second DUI could mean losing their CDL for life. Commercial drivers could also lose the ability to enter Canada and could lose Fast Passes. These consequences apply even when the driver was pulled over while using a private vehicle.
Investigating Every Case
We help truck drivers and other people protect their licenses by using creative strategies and thorough investigations. We investigate every case, using private investigators and experts when necessary. We work as a team with our clients to ensure we have all the facts. Once we do, we vigorously negotiate for the best resolution for each client. If negotiations fail, our clients have a strong and innovative advocate fighting for their interests. Dusek Law puts together a defense team that gives them the advantage needed to win a jury trial.
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