Alcohol And Hunting Do Not Mix

Throughout North Dakota and Minnesota, it is not uncommon for media outlets to report on hunting accidents or arrests. Unfortunately, hunting while intoxicated charges can lead to serious consequences that could impact your future.

Offices Located In East Grand Forks

Individuals often choose to fill the quiet hours of a hunting trip with alcohol. A game warden, however, is given much the same authority as a police officer. If your blood alcohol content is found to exceed the legal limit, you will need an experienced attorney on your side. Do not hesitate to schedule a consultation with a lawyer at Dusek Law. From our office in East Grand Forks, we are prepared to represent clients in communities throughout both North Dakota and Minnesota.

Don’t Let A Mistake In Judgment Impact Your Future

Our firm is known for defending individuals against criminal charges. We have devoted a significant amount of the firm’s resources to handling cases involving alcohol-related offenses. If you were drinking while hunting, you might face serious penalties including fines, jail time, community service and the loss of gun rights.

Before paying a fine or attempting to represent yourself in court, we encourage you to schedule a free consultation at our firm.

Contact Dusek Law | Available 24 Hours A Day

We understand that you might need a lawyer any day of the week, any time of the day. Call or email Dusek Law to schedule a free consultation to discuss your specific case. We can be reached at 877-387-3524 or through our convenient online contact form.

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