|Oral Argument Waived||Thursday, January 10, 2013|
State of North Dakota, Plaintiff and Appellee
Jenelle Denise Chase, Defendant and Appellant
|Appeal from:||South Central Judicial District, Morton County, Judge Cynthia Feland, 30-2012-CR-00182|
|Nature of Action:||Sexual Offense|
Appellant's Statement of the Issues:|
1. In order to convict Chase of Continuous Sexual Abuse of a child, is the State required to prove beyond a reasonable doubt at least three specific acts on three specific dates?
2. Is the requirement that the jury not be required to unanimously agree which acts or contacts occurred in violation of Chase's Sixth Amendment right to jury unanimity?
Appellee's Statement of the Issues:
1. Whether to sustain a conviction for Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child per Section 12.1-20-03.1 N.C.C.C. the State is required to prove three specific acts on three specific dates.
2. Whether to sustain a conviction for Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child the Jury is required to find the same act unanimously.
Generated from Supreme Court Docket on 01/31/2013