N.D. Sup. Ct. Admin. R.
AR 41. ACCESS TO JUDICIAL RECORDS
Statutes, court rules and policies, and federal regulations making certain records confidential, in whole or in part, include:
ND Century Code
Records and papers concerning deferred imposition of sentence when guilty plea is withdrawn or guilty verdict set aside
Notice specifying defendant as a dangerous special offender for sentencing purposes
Information identifying a child victim of a crime
Records involving judicial authorization for abortion for unmarried minor
Mediation proceedings concerning contested child support, custody, or visitation
Confinement proceedings for those with communicable diseases
Certain information in birth and death certificates
Mental health commitments
Juvenile court records
Jury selection records
Grand jury proceedings
Wills deposited for safekeeping
Recorded military discharge papers
Social-psychological evaluations and predisposition reports provided by department of human services
Court Rules and Policies
Rule 26(c), N.D.R.Civ.P.
Rule 32(c), N.D.R.Crim.P.
Presentence investigation reports
Rule 44(b), N.D.R.Crim.P. Exparte application for financial assistance
Administrative Rule 40
Audiotapes of closed or confidential proceedings
Administrative Policy 215
Access to computer-based data
Administrative Policy 402
Access to Juvenile Court Records
22 C.F.R. Section 51.33
Boards and commissions governed by rules adopted by the Supreme Court include: Commission for Continuing Legal Education; Disciplinary Board; Judicial Conduct Commission, State Bar Board.