Interest of A.B.

20010016 IN THE INTEREST OF A.B., A CHILD
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Lannon V. Serrano, Petitioner and Appellee
v.
A. B., child, Respondent and Appellant
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S.S., Mother, and
A.B., Father, Respondents

Appeal from: Juvenile Court, South Central Judicial District, Morton County
Judge Bruce B. Haskell
Nature of Action: Juvenile Law
Counsel:
Appellant: Olson Law Office
Appellee: Brandi Sasse Russell , Asst. State's Attorney
Term: 05/2001   Argument: 05/24/2001  2:45pm
ND cite: 2001 ND 111
NW cite: 627 N.W.2d 776

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Issues: Appellant's Statement of the Issues:
I. The Juvenile Court Violated the Petitioner's Right to the Due Process of Law.

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Docket entries:
101/18/2001 NOTICE OF APPEAL: 01/17/2001
201/18/2001 THIS CASE IS CONFIDENTIAL
301/18/2001 ORDER FOR TRANSCRIPT (Cynthia Kurtz): 01/17/2001
401/22/2001 TRANSCRIPT DATED November 17, 2000
501/22/2001 DISK - TRA of 11-17-01
601/25/2001 RECORD ON APPEAL (CONFIDENTIAL)
702/16/2001 SUPPLEMENTAL CLERK'S CERT. DATED 2-15-01 (Entry Nos. 19-19A) (NOTE: incl. Affidavit in Support of
802/16/2001 Mot. for Attorney's Fees & Mot. for Attorney Fees -- request for court-appt. counsel)
903/05/2001 APPELLANT BRIEF
1003/05/2001 DISK - ATB
1103/19/2001 APPELLANT APPENDIX
1203/19/2001 Corrected Table of Cases and page of ATB
1303/19/2001 DISK - ATB corrected
1404/04/2001 APPELLEE BRIEF
1504/04/2001 DISK - aeb
1604/18/2001 REPLY BRIEF
1704/18/2001 Addendum to Reply Brief
1804/18/2001 8 corrected pages for Table of Authorities in RYB
1904/26/2001 DISK of RYB (corrected)
2005/24/2001 APPEARANCES: DeWayne Johnston; Brandi Jo Sasse
2105/24/2001 ARGUED: Johnston; Sasse (Vol. X; page 135)
2205/24/2001 ORAL ARGUMENT WEBCAST
2306/08/2001 DISPOSITION (Remanded): AFFIRMED/PT, REVERSED/PT
2406/08/2001 UNANIMOUS OPINION: Neumann, William A.
2506/11/2001 Order/Judgment Mailed to Parties
2607/02/2001 MANDATE
2707/10/2001 RECEIPT SIGNED BY DISTRICT COURT CLERK'S OFFICE
2807/19/2007 EXPUNGED - Nonpermanent record items destroyed

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