Interest of L.D.
- In the Interest of L.D.
Beverly Martell, Petitioner and Appellee
L.D., Respondent and Appellant
- Case Type
- MENTAL HEALTH APPEAL : MENTAL HEALTH
- Appeal From
Case No. 03-R-01422
South Central Judicial District, Burleigh County
Bruce A. Romanick
A petition for involuntary treatment must be supported by clear and convincing evidence.
The trial court's determination of clear and convincing evidence that a person requires treatment is a finding of fact subject to a more probing, clearly erroneous standard of review.
If other evidence presented at a treatment hearing supports the underlying allegations of the petition, the petitioner does not have to be present to testify regarding all the allegations in the petition.
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|Seq. #||Filing Date||Description||Attachment|
|1||10/21/2003||NOTICE OF APPEAL : 10/21/2003|
|2||10/21/2003||RECORD ON APPEAL|
|4||10/21/2003||DISK - ATB|
|6||10/22/2003||Clerk's Supplemental Certificate of ROA dated October 22, 2003, with entries 15 (tapes) & 16|
|8||10/28/2003||DISK - AEB|
|9||10/29/2003||APPEARANCES: Gregory I. Runge; Julie A. Lawyer|
|10||10/29/2003||ARGUED: Runge; Lawyer (Vol. Y; Page 162)|
|12||12/02/2003||UNANIMOUS OPINION : VandeWalle, Gerald W.||View|
|13||12/05/2003||Judgment Mailed to Parties|
|15||12/30/2003||RECEIPT SIGNED BY DISTRICT COURT CLERK'S OFFICE|
|16||12/14/2010||EXPUNGED - Nonpermanent record items destroyed|