Kaiser v. State

20040135 Gregory Clifford Kaiser, Petitioner and Appellant
v.
State of North Dakota, Respondent and Appellee

Appeal from: District Court, East Central Judicial District, Cass County
Judge Michael O. McGuire
Nature of Action: Post-Conviction Relief
Counsel:
Appellant: Monty Grant Mertz
Appellee: Birch Peterson Burdick , State's Attorney
Term: 11/2004   Argument: 11/22/2004  9:30am
ND cite: 2005 ND 49
NW cite: 693 N.W.2d 26

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Issues: Appellant's Statement of the Issues:
Whether The Trial Court's Summary Dismissal of Mr. Kaiser's Petition for Post-Conviction Relief was Erroneous?

Appellee's Statement of the Issues:
I. Whether Kaiser was entitled to thirty days to respond to the State's motion to dismiss his claim for post-conviction relief.
II. Whether Kaiser was entitled to an evidentiary hearing on his claim of ineffective assistance of counsel.

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Docket entries:
105/18/2004 NOTICE OF APPEAL: 05/14/2004
206/18/2004 RETENTION OF RECORD ON APPEAL (by Mr. Mertz): 06/23/2004
306/24/2004 MOT. EXT/TIME APPELLANT BRIEF (faxed)
406/24/2004 E-FILED MOTION (ext/ATB)
506/24/2004 ACTION BY CLERK. Granted: 07/07/2004
607/07/2004 APPELLANT BRIEF
707/07/2004 APPELLANT APPENDIX
807/08/2004 DISK - ATB
907/13/2004 RECORD ON APPEAL (incl. ROAs in 02-K-1833 & 02-K-1977 w/ separate transcript dated Oct. 17, 2003)
1007/13/2004 Not received in 02-K-1833 and 02-K-1997 were State's attorney copies of Felony Scheduling Orders,
1107/13/2004 steno notes, and tapes.
1208/09/2004 APPELLEE BRIEF
1308/10/2004 DISK - AEB
1411/22/2004 APPEARANCES: Monty G. Mertz; Birch P. Burdick
1511/22/2004 ARGUED: Mertz; Burdick (Vol. Z; page 57)
1611/22/2004 ORAL ARGUMENT WEBCAST
1703/04/2005 DISPOSITION: REVERSED AND REMANDED
1803/04/2005 UNANIMOUS OPINION: Sandstrom, Dale V.
1903/07/2005 Judgment Mailed to Parties
2003/28/2005 MANDATE
2103/29/2005 RECEIPT SIGNED BY DISTRICT COURT CLERK'S OFFICE
2208/25/2011 EXPUNGED - Nonpermanent record items destroyed

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