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North Dakota Criminal Defense

Find out if a North Dakota Criminal Defense Attorney can help you get your criminal charges reduced

The police may have told you many things, but it is likely they didn’t tell you everything you need to know about your options. A North Dakota criminal defense attorney can tell you if other options exist for you to choose from. Depending on the charge you received, and the way the police carried out the arrest, your lawyer may suggest appropriate defense strategies.

Take a look around our Web site for some general information about your Constitutional rights. If you consult with a North Dakota criminal defense lawyer, he or she can explain how those rights may come into play in your case.

The police are required to follow certain procedures in order to preserve your rights during a search and seizure of your property. They are also required to read your rights and ask you if you understand your rights. The police cannot prevent you from having an attorney with you during questioning while you are in custody.

You should also find out about the possible penalties you can receive if you are convicted. A North Dakota criminal defense attorney may assess your case to determine if it is possible to request the charges be lowered or even dismissed. Otherwise, the lawyer may recommend which defense strategies you can choose from. The attorney can explain the risks associated with each defense.

Find out all you can about your options by utilizing a consultation with a sponsoring criminal defense attorney in your area. Answer a few simple questions in our free online case evaluation form and we will call you to arrange your appointment. If you would like to contact us right away, then phone us toll-free at 877-445-1059.

Arm yourself with more information about your case, so you can avoid making any mistakes that might impact your freedom.

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