Kraft v. ND State Board of Nursing
- Bonnie Kraft, Petitioner and Appellant
North Dakota State
Board of Nursing, Respondent and Appellee
- Case Type
- CIVIL APPEAL : ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEEDING
- Appeal From
Case No. 00-C-01736
South Central Judicial District, Burleigh County
James M. Vukelic
An agency's findings of fact are reviewed to determine if a reasoning mind reasonably could have determined the findings were proven by the weight of the evidence from the entire record.
A registered nurse's refusal to submit to chemical testing, as required by employer policy, violates nursing standards.
A registered nurse's conviction for simple assault, without evidence of rehabilitation, violates nursing standards and relates adversely to the practice of nursing.
After participating in an adjudicative hearing in a position adversarial to the claimant, an agency's counsel improperly communicates with the agency if the communications regarding an issue in the proceeding are without notice and opportunity for all parties to participate.
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|Seq. #||Filing Date||Description||Attachment|
|1||11/20/2000||NOTICE OF APPEAL : 11/17/2000|
|2||12/15/2000||RECORD ON APPEAL including Transcript of Admin Hearing dated December 17, 1999|
|3||12/26/2000||DISK - TRA (12-17-99)|
|6||12/28/2000||DISK of ATB|
|9||01/26/2001||DISK - AEB|
|10||03/27/2001||APPEARANCES: Carl O. Flagstad; Calvin N. Rolfson, Brian L. Bergeson|
|11||03/27/2001||ARGUED: Flagstgad; Rolfson (Vol. X; page 119)|
|12||03/27/2001||ORAL ARGUMENT WEBCAST|
|14||07/20/2001||UNANIMOUS OPINION : Kapsner, Carol Ronning||View|
|15||07/20/2001||Costs on appeal taxed in favor of appellee|
|16||07/23/2001||Order/Judgment Mailed to Parties|
|17||08/03/2001||PETITION FOR REHEARING, w/ attached Exhibits||View|
|18||08/08/2001||DISK - PER (e-mailed)|
|19||08/30/2001||ACTION BY SUPREME COURT (PER) - Denied|
|21||09/12/2001||RECEIPT SIGNED BY DISTRICT COURT CLERK'S OFFICE|
|22||07/12/2007||EXPUNGED - Nonpermanent record items destroyed|