Anderson v. Director, N.D. Dept. of Transportation

20040337 Jason Alan Anderson, Petitioner and Appellee
v.
Director, North Dakota
Department of Transportation, Respondent and Appellant

Appeal from: District Court, East Central Judicial District, Cass County
Judge Wade L. Webb
Nature of Action: Transportation Dept.
Counsel:
Appellee: Pro se
Appellant: Andrew Moraghan , Att. General Office
Term: 04/2005   Argument: 04/19/2005  2:45pm
ND cite: 2005 ND 97
NW cite: 696 N.W.2d 918

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Issues: Appellant's Statement of the Issues:
Whether Deputy Lien had sufficient grounds to stop Anderson's vehicle.

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Docket entries:
111/26/2004 NOTICE OF APPEAL: 11/22/2004
212/23/2004 RECORD ON APPEAL including transcript of Admin Hearing of 5-24-04
312/23/2004 MOT. EXT/TIME APPELLANT BRIEF (faxed letter from Andrew Moraghan dated 12-23-04)
412/23/2004 E-FILED MOTION (MAT)
512/23/2004 ACTION BY CLERK (MAT). Denied: 01/21/2005
601/21/2005 DISK - TRA (5-24-04) (e-mailed)
701/21/2005 APPELLANT BRIEF
801/21/2005 APPELLANT APPENDIX
901/21/2005 DISK - atb (e-mailed)
1001/26/2005 Copies of administrative record docket sheet
1102/19/2005 APPELLEE BRIEF
1202/19/2005 DISK NONCOMPLIANCE (AEB) (Scanned)
1302/19/2005 MOTION FOR LEAVE TO WITHDRAW AS ATTORNEY for Jason Anderson from Monty Mertz
1402/22/2005 ACTION BY CHIEF JUSTICE (Mot/Withdraw as counsel). Granted
1502/28/2005 Certificate of Service for AEB
1602/28/2005 Cy of letter of 2-25-05 from ct. rptr. req. advance payment & to advise which tras are requested
1704/19/2005 APPEARANCES: Andrew Moraghan; Jason A. Anderson
1804/19/2005 ARGUED: Moraghan; Anderson (Vol. Z; Page 110)
1904/19/2005 ORAL ARGUMENT WEBCAST
2005/17/2005 DISPOSITION: AFFIRMED
2105/17/2005 UNANIMOUS OPINION: Maring, Mary Muehlen
2205/17/2005 Costs on appeal taxed in favor of appellee
2305/19/2005 Judgment Mailed to Parties
2406/10/2005 MANDATE
2506/14/2005 RECEIPT SIGNED BY DISTRICT COURT CLERK'S OFFICE
2606/05/2012 EXPUNGED - Nonpermanent record items destroyed

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