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Notice of Hearing Tuesday, September 10, 2013



Supreme Court No. 20130261


Proposed Amendments to the North Dakota Rules of Civil Procedure, 
North Dakota Rules of Appellate Procedure, North Dakota Rules of Criminal Procedure, North Dakota Rules of Evidence, North Dakota Rules of Court, and 
North Dakota Supreme Court Administrative Rules

[¶ 1] The Joint Procedure Committee submitted a petition to approve proposed amendments to North Dakota Rules of Civil Procedure 4, 5, 6, 11, 43, 45, and 65; North Dakota Rules of Appellate Procedure 26; North Dakota Rules of Criminal Procedure 11, 28, and 45; North Dakota Rules of Evidence 101-106, 201, 301-303, 401-412, 501-512, 601-615, 701-707, 801-807, 901-903, 1001-1008, and 1101, North Dakota Rules of Court 6.10, 8.2, and Appendix G - Rule 3.5; and North Dakota Supreme Court Administrative Rules 13. A synopsis and the proposed Amendments are available at Individuals who do not have internet access may contact the Office of the Clerk of the Supreme Court to obtain a copy of the proposal.

[¶ 2] ORDERED, that a hearing be held on the proposed amendments, Tuesday, October 29, 2013, at 2:45 p.m., in the Ralph J. Erickstad Courtroom of the Supreme Court, at the State Capitol in Bismarck, North Dakota. Time for personal appearances will be limited. Any person wishing to appear must notify Penny Miller, Clerk of the Supreme Court, at least three days prior to the scheduled hearing. Any person wishing to comment on the proposed amendments may do so in writing prior to the hearing. Written comments may be e-mailed to Penny Miller, Clerk of the Supreme Court, at, or addressed to 600 E. Boulevard Ave., Bismarck, ND 58505-0530.

[¶ 3] Dated this 10th day of September, 2013, with the Honorable Gerald W. VandeWalle, Chief Justice, the Honorable Dale V. Sandstrom, the Honorable Mary Muehlen Maring, the Honorable Carol Ronning Kapsner, and the Honorable Daniel J. Crothers, Justices, directing the Clerk of the Supreme Court to enter the above order.

Penny Miller
North Dakota Supreme Court