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North Dakota Century Code Title 29. Judicial Procedure, Criminal § 29-05-20. Unnecessary delay after arrest prohibited--Attorney visitation

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The accused in all cases must be taken before a magistrate without unnecessary delay, and any attorney at law entitled to practice in the courts of record of this state, at the attorney's request, may visit such person after that person's arrest.

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