Interest of R.D.B.

970126 In the Interest of R.D.B., a child
Jason Dellwo, Petitioner and Appellee
R.D.B., a child, and
D.B. and M.B., his parents, Respondents and Appellants

Appeal from: District Court, Southwest Judicial District, Stark County
Judge Zane Anderson
Nature of Action: Juvenile Law
Appellant: #Ficek & Buresh, P.C.
Appellee: Tom M. Henning , Asst. State's Attorney
Term: 11/997    Argument: 11/12/1997
ND cite: 1998 ND 15
NW cite: 575 N.W.2d 420

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Docket entries:
105/06/1997 NOTICE OF APPEAL: 05/02/1997
205/06/1997 ORDER FOR TRANSCRIPT (Jan Stebbins): 05/02/1997
305/12/1997 TRANSCRIPT OF HEARING ON JUVENILE PETITION (Another TRA is to be filed by VAR/S per S. Michaelson
405/30/1997 RECORD ON APPEAL, exhibits, transcript dated 10-7-96, & transcript dated 11-25-96
506/11/1997 SUPPLEMENTAL RECORD ON APPEAL (Entry Nos. 42-44, Includes TRA dated 2-24-97 - #42 on Clerk's Cert.
606/11/1997 TRANSCRIPT DATED February 24, 1997 (per t.ct. clerk-final TRA)
706/19/1997 Referred by Clerk's Office--Appealability - Under section 27-20-56, the Supreme Court has the
806/19/1997 authority to grant extension to file NOA; in this case, the trial court extended
906/19/1997 the time under Rule 4(a) extended the time under Rule 4(a)
1006/19/1997 ACTION BY CHIEF JUSTICE (affirmed extension). Granted
1107/18/1997 Supplemental Clerk's Certificate dated 7-17-97 (Entry Nos. 45 & 46)
1207/21/1997 APPELLANT BRIEF
1408/01/1997 Motion for Order to Supply Transcripts and Extension of Time to Fiile Reply Brief
1508/01/1997 ACTION BY CHIEF JUSTICE. Denied
1608/14/1997 MOT. EXT/TIME APPELLEE BRIEF (Entitled Motion of Time to File Reply Brief)
1708/14/1997 ACTION BY CLERK. Granted: 09/02/1997
1808/29/1997 APPELLEE BRIEF
2011/12/1997 APPEARANCES: Vince H. Ficek; Tom M. Henning, Assistant State's Attorney
2111/12/1997 ARGUED: Ficek; Henning (Vol. V, pg. 154)
2301/21/1998 UNANIMOUS OPINION: Sandstrom, Dale V.
2401/22/1998 Order/Judgment Mailed to Parties
2502/12/1998 MANDATE
2607/01/2004 EXPUNGED - Nonpermanent record items destroyed

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