How one man got two DWI’s in 21 hours

NO DWI20 year old Samuel Ness was pulled over for speeding early Saturday morning which led to his arrest on suspicion of DWI. Ness was booked into the Stearns county jail and released several hours later. However, just 17 hours after the first incident, he was pulled over again after police received a driving complaint. He was booked back into the Stearns County jail with charges for a 2nd DWI.

In another separate but related incident, 52 year old Dale Bidinger was arrested on Friday on suspicion of DWI and booked into the Stearns county jail. A few hours later his wife drove to the jail to pick him up, but because the sheriffs’ office requires people who are picking up inmates to be sober they asked her to take a breath test. She blew over the legal limit for driving and was also arrested.

If you or someone you know is facing DWI charges, contact the criminal defense attorneys at the Appelman Law Firm.

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Avery Appelman

Avery Appelman is a criminal defense lawyer and the founder of Appelman Law Firm. While his practice is primarily recognized for its work with DWI and related offenses, he has 16 years of experience working with clients on drug, assault, theft, traffic, criminal sexual conduct, and prostitution charges.

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