State v. Fields

20040037 State of North Dakota, Plaintiff and Appellant
v.
Christopher Fields, Defendant and Appellee

Appeal from: District Court, South Central Judicial District, Morton County
Judge Benny A. Graff
Nature of Action: Drugs/Contraband
Counsel:
Appellant: Allen M. Koppy , State's Attorney
Appellee: Larivee & Light
Appellant: Allen M. Koppy , State's Attorney
Term: 09/2004   Argument: 09/13/2004  1:30pm
ND cite: 2005 ND 15
NW cite: 691 N.W.2d 233

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Issues: Appellant's Statement of the Issues:
Whether the lower court erred in granting the defendant's motion to suppress evidence?

Appellee's Statement of the Issues:
1. Whether there is sufficient competent evidence fairly capable of supporting the trial court's decision to grant Field's motion to suppress evidence garnered from the May 15th search of his home.

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Docket entries:
101/27/2004 NOTICE OF APPEAL: 01/23/2004
201/30/2004 ORDER FOR TRANSCRIPT: 01/29/2004
302/19/2004 RECORD ON APPEAL
403/04/2004 TRANSCRIPT DATED 12-02-03
503/04/2004 DISK - TRA dated 12-02-03
604/12/2004 APPELLANT BRIEF
704/12/2004 APPELLANT APPENDIX
804/12/2004 DISK - atb
904/29/2004 MOT. EXT/TIME APPELLEE BRIEF
1004/29/2004 ACTION BY CLERK. Granted: 06/11/2004
1106/10/2004 APPELLEE BRIEF
1206/10/2004 APPELLEE APPENDIX
1306/17/2004 DISK - aeb (e-mailed)
1409/13/2004 APPEARANCES: Allen M. Koppy; Steven M. Light, Jesse Lange
1509/13/2004 ARGUED: Koppy; Light (Vol. Z; Page 22)
1609/13/2004 ORAL ARGUMENT WEBCAST
1712/17/2004 Clerk's Supplemental Cert. of Record dated December 16, 2004, with entries 37-41 attached
1801/19/2005 DISPOSITION: AFFIRMED
1901/19/2005 UNANIMOUS OPINION: Neumann, William A.
2001/19/2005 (CONCURING SPECIALLY): VandeWalle, Gerald W.: CONCUR
2101/19/2005 (JOIN CONCUR SPECIALLY): Sandstrom, Dale V.: JN/CON
2201/21/2005 Judgment Mailed to Parties
2302/11/2005 MANDATE
2402/15/2005 RECEIPT SIGNED BY DISTRICT COURT CLERK'S OFFICE
2505/25/2011 EXPUNGED - Nonpermanent record items destroyed

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