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State v. Stately

Docket No. 20050345
Oral Argument: Argument Date & Time is not set.

Docket Info

Title
State of North Dakota, Plaintiff and Appellee
v.
Gary Stately, Defendant and Appellant
Case Type
CRIMINAL APPEAL : DUI/DUS
Appeal From
Case No. 05-K-00977
South Central Judicial District, Morton County
Bruce A. Romanick

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Filing Date Description

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 10/07/2005 NOTICE OF APPEAL : 10/05/2005
2 10/07/2005 This case is consolidated with 20050346 & 347; make all entries, except DIS and MAN, in this case
3 10/11/2005 Fax from tr. ct. indicating Kent M. Morrow has been assigned as counsel for the defendant
4 10/13/2005 ORDER FOR TRANSCRIPT (from Gary Stately) : 10/13/2005
5 10/20/2005 Order for Transcript (from Kent Morrow)
6 11/04/2005 RECORD ON APPEAL
7 11/10/2005 DISK (e-mailed) - TR1 dated 9-19-05; TR2 dated 10-04-05
8 11/14/2005 TRANSCRIPTS DATED 9-19-05 & 10-04-05
9 12/13/2005 STIPULATION FOR DISMISSAL
10 12/13/2005 DISPOSITION
11 12/13/2005 ACTION BY CLERK - granted
12 12/13/2005 Order of Dismissal Mailed to Parties
13 12/13/2005 MANDATE
14 12/15/2005 RECEIPT SIGNED BY DISTRICT COURT CLERK'S OFFICE
15 02/03/2016 EXPUNGED - Nonpermanent record items destroyed

 


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