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Appeals court affirms dismissal of North Dakota reservation lawsuit
The U.S. government did not mismanage North Dakota reservation land it holds in trust for Native Americans when it sold leases for oil and gas exploration on the site, a federal appeals court has held. Wednesday's decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals ...

Bismarck Tribune

North Dakota DUI case headed to U.S. Supreme Court
Bismarck Tribune
Lawyers will make oral arguments in Washington, D.C., this morning in Birchfield v. North Dakota, a consolidated North Dakota and Minnesota case challenging laws that criminalize refusal to take a chemical test. The court's decision could affect North ...
North Dakota, Minnesota drunk driving cases head to U.S. Supreme CourtGrand Forks Herald
Port: Attorneys for North Dakota and Minnesota bombed before the Supreme CourtINFORUM
The Supreme Court Comes Together to Laugh at Bad Lawyering, Agree on the Fourth AmendmentSlate Magazine
Crookston Daily Times -USA TODAY -Huffington Post
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Fargo man charged in federal court with meth conspiracy
Bismarck Tribune
The charge carries a maximum penalty of life in prison without parole. Authorities say the drug ring was conducted in North Dakota and Minnesota and involved at least 500 grams of meth. Trial is scheduled for July 5. Young has been ordered to remain in ...

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Ethics group: It's OK for judge candidates to use Facebook
Bismarck Tribune
FARGO, N.D. (AP) — A North Dakota judicial ethics advisory committee says it's OK for judge candidates to use Facebook and other social media in their campaigns, as long as they don't ask for money. The chairman of the advisory committee, retired ...

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Minneapolis Star Tribune

Judge grants new lawyers in North Dakota death penalty case
Minneapolis Star Tribune
FARGO, N.D. — A federal judge says a new legal team he approved for a man who killed a University of North Dakota student in Minnesota is needed to cut down on expenses for the defendant's appeal of his death sentence. Lawyers for Alfonso Rodriguez ...
Rodriguez will get new lawyers, judge rulesThe Dickinson Press

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Speedy, late-night search warrants at play in Supreme Court challenge of North Dakota, Minnesota DUI laws
Bismarck Tribune
For about a year, North Dakota judges have been able to remotely access their work computers, theoretically giving them the means to place a digital signature on a late-night search warrant, said state court administrator Sally Holewa. But as far as ...

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Slate Magazine (blog)

North Dakota Loses Abortion Case, Must Pay $245000 to Abortion Rights Group
Slate Magazine (blog)
But a win is a win, and having lost a constitutional case in court, North Dakota is now required to pay the attorneys' fees of the law's triumphant challenger. On Thursday, the state and Red River agreed on a settlement of $245,000, which will go to ...

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North Dakota Forced to Pay Abortion Clinic $245000 After Heartbeat Abortion Ban Loses in Court
The “heartbeat bill” banned abortions when a fetal heartbeat can be detected, at about six weeks of pregnancy. After the challenge by the clinic, a federal judge in Bismarck blocked its implementation. The U.S. Supreme Court in January refused to ...
APNewsBreak: North Dakota to pay abortion clinic $245KMinneapolis Star Tribune
North Dakota abortion law costs state $245000 in legal feesGrand Forks Herald
North Dakota to pay abortion clinic $245KDaily Mail

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North Dakota Lawyer Was Not Licensed To Appear In Crash Case
A Roberts County judge has issued a default judgment in a wrongful death lawsuit after finding that the defendant's North Dakota-based attorney was not properly licensed to practice law in South Dakota. Circuit Judge Jon Flemmer's ruling allows Teresa ...

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North Dakota city prepares to file lawsuit against biodegradable products company
Prairie Business
DEVILS LAKE, N.D. -- The city of Devils Lake is preparing for possible legal action against a food container production company in an effort to recover a $2 million economic development investment. Ultra Green, a Twin Cities, Minn., company that ...

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