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Fremstad Law--New Website and Logo.

Fremstad Law is excited to announce it has a new website and logo. We hope that our clients and prospective clients will find it helpful. Please let us know if you have questions or comments. [Read More...]

Fremstad Law Attorneys Recognized by Super Lawyers.

Fremstad Law Attorney Joel Fremstad was recently named a 2015 Great Plains “Super Lawyer” for Business/Corporations by Super Lawyers.  Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have att… [Read More...]

Lawsuits and Litigation

Lawsuits are frequently discussed in the news and people often hear of threats to sue. Generally speaking, a lawsuit is a tool to resolve a legal dispute with one or more persons, companies, or government entities. Lawsuits can be expensive, time con… [Read More...]

New DUI Law Takes Effect in North Dakota

In 2012, there were 147 fatal traffic crashes in North Dakota, resulting in 170 traffic deaths.  Seventy-seven of those crashes were “alcohol-related,” with drunk drivers responsible for 87 traffic fatalities.  In response, two grieving familie… [Read More...]

Fremstad Law Attorney Nick Thornton: Earns Super Lawyer and AVVO Top Ratings

Fremstad Law’s Nick Thornton has received top ratings from Super Laywer and AVVO. If you are in need of a criminal defense attorney, please contact Nick at 701-478-7620 or Lawyer Nicholas Thornton | Top Attorney Criminal… [Read More...]

What is Probate?

What is Probate? If a person dies and owns any assets in his or her name alone (i.e not held jointly with another person), the family may need to use the court to transfer the property out of the deceased person’s name. The process of transferring… [Read More...]

What Happens In a Criminal Case?

WHAT HAPPENS IN A CRIMINAL CASE? Nick Thornton, Fremstad Law Firm Being charged with a crime is a scary and stressful experience, not only for the accused, but also for the person’s family and friends. Criminal defense lawyers, especially very good… [Read More...]

Field Sobriety Tests

So you had a drink or two after a long, hard day at work. You get in your car, pop in a mint or a piece of gum, click the seatbelt on, check yourself in the mirror, and put it in drive. You don’t have far to go so you think everything is going to b… [Read More...]

The Right to Remain Silent and What it Means

THEY DIDN’T READ ME MY RIGHTS SO THE CASE SHOULD BE DISMISSED, RIGHT? By: Nick Thornton As a criminal defense lawyer, I routinely field questions about when a police officer has to read someone their rights. These rights are often referred to as t… [Read More...]

Restricting Access to Criminal History Information

In a lot of ways, just being charged with a crime has substantial ramifications on a person’s life. The arrest is a matter of public record. Being subjected to an arrest can be a humiliating experience. You know Tom and Mary are going to be talking… [Read More...]