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Olsen v. Jorgensen, et al.

Docket No. 19980370
Oral Argument: Argument Date & Time is not set.

Docket Info

Title
Walter S. Olsen, III, Petitioner
v.
The Honorable Donald L.
Jorgensen, Judge of the
District Court, South
Central Judicial District,
and the State of North Dakota, Respondents
Case Type
CIVIL ORIG. PROCEEDING : WRIT OF CERTIORARI (Civil)
Appeal From
Case No.

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Briefs

Filing Date Description
11/30/1998 PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI OR MANDAMUS & supporting brief View

Counsel

Party Type Name
RESPONDENT DISTRICT JUDGE Donald L Jorgensen - 02969
RESPONDENT 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 11/30/1998 PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI OR MANDAMUS & supporting brief View
2 11/30/1998 Petition in Forma Pauperis to Waive the Filing Fee
3 11/30/1998 MOTION TO SUSPEND THE RULES TO PERMIT ONE COPY
4 12/01/1998 ACTION BY CHIEF JUSTICE (MOT/SUSPEND) - Denied
5 12/11/1998 Copies of Petition for Writ of Certiorari or Mandamus & Brief
6 12/16/1998 DISPOSITION
7 12/16/1998 ACTION BY SUPREME COURT (PTF/Cert or Mandamus) - Denied
8 12/16/1998 Order Mailed to Parties, Trial Court, Clerk
9 12/16/1998 NO ACTION TAKEN (petition/forma pauperis)
10 10/10/2006 EXPUNGED - Nonpermanent record items destroyed

 


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