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“Alexa, what was the Most Expensive Divorce in History?”

Fox News founder Rupert Murdoch reportedly paid his second wife, Anna Maria Torv, a property settlement worth $1.7 billion. In the late 1990’s, New York socialite Jocelyn Wildenstein, known for her plastic surgery that made the tabloid press dub he… [Read More...]

Probation Revocation Proceedings in North Dakota

In North Dakota, most offenders who are convicted of a crime end up on some sort of probation as part of their sentence.  Probation is a way for the Court to reserve jurisdiction to make sure a person follows certain rules for a designated time.  T… [Read More...]

I Want to Appeal My Criminal Case. What Happens Next?

As a criminal defense attorney, I often get questions about how to appeal a criminal case.  Often, I field questions about what happens in an appeal.  How can I show the Supreme Court the evidence I couldn’t or didn’t present at the trial court… [Read More...]

Lawsuits. How They are Started?

Many non-attorneys have misconceptions about how lawsuits start. For example, there is a common belief that something must be filed with a court. This is true in Federal Court, but in North Dakota and Minnesota State Courts, among other states, a pla… [Read More...]

U.S. Supreme Court decides North Dakota and Minnesota DUI case

On June 23, 2016, the United States Supreme Court decided Birchfield v. North Dakota, 579 U.S. ____ (2016), which holds the government may not criminalize a driver’s refusal to submit to a blood test without a warrant.  The government can, however… [Read More...]

Paternity Actions In North Dakota

  When a child is born to unmarried parents in North Dakota, there are two primary ways in which paternity for that child can legally be established and benefits to doing so for both the child and the parents. Ways to Legally Establish Paternity… [Read More...]
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