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State v. Syring

Docket No. 19940105
Oral Argument: Monday, October 10, 1994

Docket Info

Title
State of North Dakota, Plaintiff and Appellee
v.
Paul Darrel Syring, Defendant and Appellant
Case Type
CRIMINAL APPEAL : MISC. TRAFFIC VIOLATION
Appeal From
Case No. 93-K-4930
South Central Judicial District, Morton County
Thomas J. Schneider
524 N.W.2d 097

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Briefs

Filing Date Description
07/05/1994 APPELLANT BRIEF
08/03/1994 APPELLEE BRIEF
08/09/1994 REPLY BRIEF OF APPELLANT

Counsel

Party Type Name
APPELLEE STATE'S ATTORNEY Allen M Koppy - 04201

(Note: Attachments may not be available for recently filed cases and/or confidential documents.)

Seq. # Filing Date Description Attachment
1 04/05/1994 NOTICE OF APPEAL : 04/04/1994
2 04/07/1994 RETENTION OF RECORD ON APPEAL (court reporter) : 05/24/1994
3 05/24/1994 TRANSCRIPT DATED 2-23-94 (2 volumes)
4 05/24/1994 RECORD ON APPEAL & EXHIBITS (w/exception of State's Ex. 13, 14 & 15; Def. Ex. D & E) 14 & 15
5 07/05/1994 APPELLANT BRIEF
6 07/07/1994 SUPPLEMENTAL APPENDIX OF APPELLANT (contains NOA & substitute pages i & 9 of ATB)
7 08/03/1994 APPELLEE BRIEF
8 08/09/1994 REPLY BRIEF OF APPELLANT
9 10/10/1994 APPEARANCES: Jerome C. Kettleson; Allen M. Koppy, State's Attorney
10 10/10/1994 ARGUED: Kettleson; Koppy (Vol. U, pg. 42)
11 11/16/1994 DISPOSITION
12 11/16/1994 SPLIT OPINION : Neumann, William A. View
13 11/16/1994 (Concur and dissent) : Meschke, Herbert L.
14 11/16/1994 (Concur and dissent) : Levine, Beryl J.
15 11/17/1994 ORDER/JUDGMENT MAILED TO PARTIES
16 11/30/1994 PETITION FOR REHEARING
17 12/20/1994 ACTION BY SUPREME COURT (Petition / Rehearing) - DENIED
18 12/29/1994 MANDATE
19 04/02/2001 EXPUNGED - Nonpermanent record items destroyed

 


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