III. Other North Dakota and Miscellaneous Citation Forms
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E. Court Rules

When citing to parts of rules, use the sub letter or number provided. Always put references to subdivisions in parenthesis, even if not provided. Use the case indicated.

North Dakota Rules of Appellate Procedure:
           N.D.R.App.P. 35.1.
North Dakota Rules of Civil Procedure:
           N.D.R.Civ.P. 54(b).
North Dakota Rules of Criminal Procedure:
           N.D.R.Crim.P. 5.1.
North Dakota Rules of Evidence:
           N.D.R.Ev. 409.
North Dakota Rules of Court:
           N.D.R.Ct. 11.1.
Rule on Procedural Rules, Administrative Rules, and Administrative Orders of the North Dakota Supreme Court:
           N.D.R.Proc.R. 8.
North Dakota Rule on Local Court Procedural Rules and Administrative Rules:
           N.D.R. Local Ct. P.R. 3.
North Dakota Supreme Court Administrative Rules and Administrative Orders:
           N.D. Sup. Ct. Admin. R. 1.
           N.D. Sup. Ct. Admin. Order 5.
Local Court Procedural and Administrative Rules: Cite to the specific district and rule, for example:
           East Central Judicial District, Local R. 1.
North Dakota Code of Judicial Conduct:
           N.D. Code Jud. Conduct Canon 5(A)(1)(a).
Rules of the Judicial Conduct Commission:
           R. Jud. Conduct Comm. 4.
North Dakota Rules of Professional Conduct:
           N.D.R. Prof. Conduct 1.2.
North Dakota Standards for Imposing Lawyer Sanctions:
           N.D. Stds. Imposing Lawyer Sanctions 2.1.
North Dakota Rules for Lawyer Discipline:
           N.D.R. Lawyer Discipl. 3.4(f)(2).
North Dakota Rules for Continuing Legal Education:
           N.D.R. Continuing Legal Ed. 5.
Admission to Practice Rules:
           Admission to Practice R. 5.
Rule on Limited Practice of Law by Law Students:
           R. Ltd. Practice of Law by Law Students VI.

In text the following forms are permissible:

Rule 409, N.D.R.Ev., makes evidence concerning the payment of medical expenses inadmissible.

Under N.D.R.Ev. 409, offers to pay medical expenses are inadmissible.