In North Dakota, disorderly conduct “means intrusive or unwanted acts, words, or gestures that are intended to adversely affect the safety, security, or privacy of another person. A Disorderly Conduct Restraining Order, or DCRO, is a civil order from a North Dakota state district court. A DCRO requires the person committing disorderly conduct to stop and to leave the victims listed on the order alone.
Whether you require one for protection or need to defend against one, Misty Nehring Law can help.
In North Dakota, domestic violence “includes physical harm, bodily injury, sexual activity compelled by physical force, assault, or the infliction of fear of imminent physical harm, bodily injury, sexual activity compelled by physical force, or assault, not committed in self-defense, on the complaining family or household members.” A Domestic Violence Protection Order, or DVPO, is a civil order from a North Dakota state district court. A DVPO requires the person committing domestic violence to stop and to leave the victims listed on the order alone.
Whether you are a victim in need of protection or need to defend against one, Misty Nehring Law can help.
Under "Marsy's Law," victims of a crime in North Dakota have certain rights, but these rights must be asserted. They include the right to be free from harassment and abuse, to be reasonably protected from the defendant (and any person acting on the defendant’s behalf), the right to privacy, to have the safety and welfare (and that of your family) considered when decisions are made about bail or release, to a prompt and final conclusion of the case, to be informed of conviction, sentencing, and any post-judgment proceedings, and the right to consult an attorney.
If you are a victim of a crime, Misty Nehring Law can advise and advocate for you throughout the legal process.