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Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Tomorrow at the Court
1:30 pm Lenertz v. City of Minot N.D.
2:45 pm Dale Exploration, LLC v. Hiepler
Waived State v. White
New Opinion: Oct. 15
The Supreme Court posted a new opinion on Oct. 15.
Justices Teaching Institute to be held Oct. 18-19
On Oct. 18-19, 20 history, government, and social studies teachers from across the state will gather in Bismarck to participate in the Seventh North Dakota Justices Teaching Institute: "The Constitution and Judicial Decision-Making."
S.D.: American Legion wins tax fight with Pennington County
Rapid City Journal: "[A] dispute between Legion Post #22 and the Pennington County Tax Assessor's Office mostly reached a resolution when the state Supreme Court ruled the patriotic veterans' organization that runs a bar and restaurant and gives to philanthropic causes has a 100 percent exemption from local property taxes."
  • Opinion Link: American Legion v. Pennington County
  • She's Minnesota's new top U.S. prosecutor, and crimes against children still hold her attention
    St. Paul Pioneer Press: "'As a state judge, you get to make people's lives better one case at a time. But when you are a U.S. attorney, you can make people's lives better one case at a time but also thousands of people's lives at a time because you can set policies that affect the state of Minnesota.'"
    Job Announcement
    A job announcement for an Attorney II (Public Defender) with the Commission on Legal Counsel for Indigents in Watford City has been posted.

    North Dakota
    October Term of Court
    North Dakota Supreme Court
    The October Term of Court has been posted, including issues and briefs.
    Court approves new rule on specialized dockets
    The Supreme Court has approved new Administrative Rule 60, which creates "an interdisciplinary committee on specialized dockets." The new rule takes effect Jan. 1, 2019.
    Court adopts changes to rule on judicial referees
    The Supreme Court has adopted amendments to N.D. Sup. Ct. Admin. R. 13 regarding the scope of duties delegable to judicial referees. The amendments take effect Jan. 1.
    UND School of Law to host free CLE on Philando Castile case
    The UND School of Law International Human Rights Organization and the Black Law Students Association will host Ramsey County, Minn., Chief Prosecutor John J. Choi for a discussion of the Philando Castile case on Tuesday, Oct. 30, at 5:30 p.m. in the UND Law Baker Courtroom.
    LSND to hold winter CLE Dec. 7
    Legal Services of North Dakota will hold its Winter continuing legal education seminar on Dec. 7 at the Radisson Hotel in Bismarck.
    North Dakota BCI director confirmed as U.S. marshal
    Bismarck Tribune: "North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation Director Dallas Carlson has been confirmed by the U.S. Senate as U.S. marshal for the District of North Dakota."

    Federal
    Crow man takes hunting case to U.S. Supreme Court, says 1868 treaty is on his side
    United States Supreme Court building KPAX News: "Native American tribes in the western United States will be closely watching an upcoming Supreme Court case that could set a precedent for tribal hunting rights and the application of Indian treaties."
    U.S. District Court announces proposed revisions to local rules
    U.S. District Court The U.S. District Court for the District of North Dakota has proposed revisions to seven of the court's Local Rules. The proposed rules are now available for public comment.

    Minnesota
    Twin Cities prosecutors, defenders push to expand Minnesota veteran courts
    Minneapolis Star Tribune: "The war in Afghanistan was nine years old when Hennepin County started the state's first veterans treatment court in 2010. More vet courts have been added since. But with no end to the war in sight, questions are being raised about whether the state's vet courts can keep up with the growing number of veterans."

    South Dakota
    S.D. Supreme Court: City of Sioux Falls not responsible for Kuehn Park bicycle accident
    South Dakota Great Seal Sioux Falls Argus Leader: "City Hall is not responsible for injuries a Sioux Falls man sustained in a 2014 bicycle crash at a public park, the South Dakota Supreme Court has ruled."
  • Opinion Link: Fischer v. City of Sioux Falls

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    Job Announcement
    A job announcement for an Attorney II (Public Defender) with the Commission on Legal Counsel for Indigents in Minot has been posted.
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    A job announcement for a full-time Paralegal in the Bismarck Law Office of Legal Services of North Dakota has been posted.
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    A job announcement for a Legal Secretary in the Fargo Law Office of Legal Services of North Dakota has been posted.
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    A job announcement for a Contract Attorney with the Commission on Legal Counsel for Indigents in Stutsman County, N.D., has been posted.
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    A job announcement for an Attorney I with the Child Support Division, Department of Human Services, in Bismarck has been posted.

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