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Grand Forks police officer J. Moe assists another officer during a stop near the DeMers Avenue bridge. Grand Forks Herald photo by Eric Hylden.

Alex Stock: DUI Policy Doesn’t Need to Be So Complicated

Alex Stock: DUI Policy Doesn’t Need to Be So Complicated

This guest post was submitted by Alex Stock, an attorney who works as a prosecutor for the City of Moorhead. One quote from this legislative session claims, “DUI law is the most complicated law we have on the planet.” And one prosecutor recently told the North Dakota Supreme Court “[i]t’s easier in my opinion to

Luke Heck: Amendments to DUI Bill Would Let Cops Disregard a Driver’s Rights

This guest post was submitted by Fargo defense attorney Luke Heck. Somewhere along the line, the drafting of our state’s DUI laws has become an adversarial process. We continue to make non-controversial things controversial instead of being problem solvers. A prime example of this is HB 1534, the bill that has been introduced this legislative session

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