Smith v. City of Grand Forks

910121 Robert M. Smith, Plaintiff and Appellant
v.
City of Grand Forks,
North Dakota, and Chief of
Police, Grand Forks,
North Dakota, Defendants and Appellees

Appeal from: District Court, Northeast Central Judicial District, Grand Forks County
Judge Kirk Smith
Nature of Action: Torts (Negligence, Liab., Nuis.)
Counsel:
Appellant: Howe & Seaworth
Appellee: Swanson & Warcup, Ltd. , City Attorney
Term: 10/1991   Argument: 10/11/1991  1:30pm
NW cite: 478 N.W.2d 370

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Docket entries:
104/17/1991 NOTICE OF APPEAL: 04/16/1991
205/13/1991 RECORD ON APPEAL
305/17/1991 MOT. EXT/TIME APPELLANT BRIEF
405/17/1991 ACTION BY CHIEF JUSTICE. GRANTED: 06/09/1991
506/11/1991 APPELLANT BRIEF
606/11/1991 APPELLANT APPENDIX
707/01/1991 APPELLEE'S DESIGNATION OF APPENDIX, AFFIDAVIT OF SERVICE
807/11/1991 MOTION TO DISMISS APPEAL, BRIEF IN SUPPORT,. RESPDUE: 07/22/1991
907/11/1991 AFFIDAVIT OF HOWARD D. SWANSON, DEMAND FOR BOND,
1007/11/1991 AFFIDAVITS OF MAILING (2)
1107/16/1991 APPELLEE BRIEF
1207/16/1991 APPELLEE APPENDIX
1307/22/1991 RESPONSE TO MOTION TO DISMISS APPEAL
1407/29/1991 ACTION BY SUPREME COURT (Mot/Dismiss). DENIED
1510/09/1991 ANNOUNCED DISQUALIFICATION: Erickstad, Ralph J.
1610/09/1991 SITTING WITH THE COURT: Pederson, Vernon R.
1710/10/1991 CONSENT OF HENRY H. HOWE TO APPEARANCE BY DOUGLAS W. GIGLER
1810/10/1991 CONSENT OF THE CITY OF GRAND FORKS TO APPEARANCE BY DOUGLAS W
1910/10/1991 GIGLER; SUPERVISING ATTORNEY'S APPROVAL FOR APPEARANCE BY
2010/10/1991 LAW STUDENT; NOTICE OF APPEARANCE BY LAW STUDENT
2110/11/1991 APPEARANCES: Henry H. Howe; Howard D. Swanson and Douglas W.
2210/11/1991 Gigler, 3rd year law student
2310/11/1991 ARGUED: Howe; Gigler (Vol. S, pg. 149)
2412/09/1991 DISPOSITION: AFFIRMED/PT, REVERSED/PT
2512/09/1991 (Case was "Affirmed in Part and Vacated in Part")
2612/09/1991 UNANIMOUS OPINION: Levine, Beryl J.
2712/09/1991 Costs on appeal taxed in favor of appellees
2801/16/1992 MANDATE
2904/27/2001 EXPUNGED - Nonpermanent record items destroyed

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