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Lee v. ND Dept. of Transportation

Docket No. 20030168
Oral Argument: Wednesday, November 19, 2003 9:30am

Docket Info

Title
Della Mae Lee, Appellee
v.
North Dakota Department
of Transportation, Appellant
Case Type
CIVIL APPEAL : TRANSPORTATION DEPT.
Appeal From
Case No. 03-C-050
Southeast Judicial District, Stutsman County
John T. Paulson
2004 ND 7673 N.W.2d 245
Oral Argument 11/19/2003

Highlight

In a driver's license administrative hearing involving an Intoxilyzer test, documentation requirements are not met when the approved method of administering the test is not admitted into evidence.


Briefs

Filing Date Description
07/08/2003 APPELLANT BRIEF View
08/25/2003 APPELLEE BRIEF View

Counsel

Party Type Name
APPELLANT ATT. GENERAL OFFICE Reid Alan Brady - 05696

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

Seq. # Filing Date Description Attachment
1 06/11/2003 NOTICE OF APPEAL : 06/10/2003
2 07/08/2003 RECORD ON APPEAL & Transcript of Testimony of Administrative Hearing dated 1-30-03
3 07/08/2003 APPELLANT BRIEF View
4 07/08/2003 APPELLANT APPENDIX
5 07/08/2003 DISK - ATB (e-mailed)
6 07/11/2003 DISK - TRA (1-30-03)
7 07/22/2003 Appellee's Motion to Dismiss - RspDue : 08/01/2003
8 07/31/2003 RESPONSE TO APPELLEE'S MOTION TO DISMISS
9 08/07/2003 MOT. EXT/TIME APPELLEE BRIEF; NOTICE OF MOTION; BRIEF IN SUPPORT
10 08/07/2003 ACTION BY CLERK (MAE) - Granted : 08/25/2003
11 08/13/2003 ACTION BY SUPREME COURT (MOT/Dismiss) - Denied
12 08/25/2003 APPELLEE BRIEF View
13 08/25/2003 DISK - AEB
14 11/19/2003 APPEARANCES: Reid A. Brady; Justin D. Roness
15 11/19/2003 ARGUED: Brady; Roness (Vol. Y; Page 172)
16 11/19/2003 ORAL ARGUMENT WEBCAST
17 01/14/2004 DISPOSITION
18 01/14/2004 UNANIMOUS OPINION : Kapsner, Carol Ronning View
19 01/14/2004 Costs on appeal taxed in favor of appellee
20 01/15/2004 Judgment Mailed to Parties
21 02/06/2004 MANDATE
22 02/11/2004 RECEIPT SIGNED BY DISTRICT COURT CLERK'S OFFICE
23 10/22/2010 EXPUNGED - Nonpermanent record items destroyed