New Rules Explanation for NCDD Board Certification

In 2020, the American Bar Association approved NCDD's request to reduce the Experience Requirements specified in Certification Rule 2.1.1. First, the “look-back” period has been extended from three years to five years immediately preceding the application. Second, alternatives for the requisite number of trials are now available as fully detailed in Certification Rule 2.1.1.

The following short videos provide a further explanation of these changes.

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How to Find the Right DUI/OWI/DWI Attorney for Your Case


By Karleigh Miller, Cohen Law Offices, Eau Claire, WI. Cohen Law Offices If you are arrested for a drunk or drugged driving offense, you may experience a wide range of emotions. You may be facing possible incarceration as well as the loss of your license. It is important that before you hire any attorney to address your case, you ask the...

What Should I Know About Collateral Attacks?


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