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State v. Grant

Docket No. 20090076
Oral Argument: Thursday, October 29, 2009 10:30am

Docket Info

Title
State of North Dakota, Plaintiff and Appellee
v.
Rondale Grant, Defendant and Appellant
Case Type
CRIMINAL APPEAL : SEXUAL OFFENSE
Appeal From
Case No. 07-K-02971
East Central Judicial District, Cass County
Steven L. Marquart
2009 ND 210776 N.W.2d 209
Oral Argument 10/29/2009

Highlight

In a sexual assault case, statements reasonably pertinent to the medical diagnosis and treatment of physical and psychological trauma are admissible under N.D.R.Ev. 803(4).
Under N.D.R.Ev. 803(4), courts may admit statements for the purpose of medical diagnosis or treatment made by the person seeking treatment or a third party, so long as the relationship between the person seeking treatment and the third party is sufficiently close to ensure that the guaranty of trustworthiness inherent in the rule applies under the circumstances.
When reviewing appeals regarding the sufficiency of the evidence in criminal cases, the defendant must show that the evidence, when viewed in the light most favorable to the verdict, reveals no reasonable inference of guilt.


Briefs

Filing Date Description
07/07/2009 APPELLANT BRIEF View
08/10/2009 APPELLEE BRIEF (e-filed) View

Counsel

Party Type Name
APPELLANT COURT APPOINTED Benjamin C Pulkrabek - 02908
APPELLEE ASST. STATE'S ATTORNEY Tanya Johnson Martinez - 05893

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

Seq. # Filing Date Description Attachment
1 02/26/2009 NOTICE OF APPEAL : 02/24/2009
2 02/26/2009 ORDER FOR TRANSCRIPT : 02/24/2009
3 02/27/2009 TRANSCRIPTS DATED 2-27-08, 5-12-08, & 1-22-09
4 02/27/2009 DISKs of tras dated 2-27-08, 5-12-08, & 1-22-09 (e-mailed)
5 03/04/2009 Transcripts dated 1-3-08; 3-26-08; & 8-1-08 (3 vols.)
6 03/06/2009 DISK - tra (1/3/08; 3/26/08; & 8/1/08) (e-mailed)
7 03/17/2009 Original Transcripts dated December 3, 2007 & May 29, 2008
8 03/17/2009 DISK - TRA (12/3/07 & 5/29/08) (e-mailed)
9 03/19/2009 Copies of Transcripts dated 12-3-07 & 5-29-08 (originals filed on 3/17/09)
10 03/25/2009 RECORD ON APPEAL (2 vols) (Not rec'd: #6,13,14,17,48,57,75,112 & 122--tapes)
11 04/14/2009 MOT. EXT/TIME TRANSCRIPT (court reporter)
12 04/14/2009 ACTION BY TRIAL COURT - Granted : 05/25/2009
13 05/18/2009 TRANSCRIPTS DATED 10-14-08; 10-15-08; 10-16-08; 10-17-08 & 2-20-09 (5 vols.)
14 05/18/2009 DISK (10-14-08; 10-15-08; 10-16-08; 10-17-08; & 2-20-09) (e-mailed)
15 05/22/2009 MOT. EXT/TIME TRANSCRIPT (request from Ben Pulkrabek)
16 05/22/2009 ACTION BY CLERK (MTR) - Granted : 06/15/2009
17 05/22/2009 MOT. EXT/TIME APPELLANT BRIEF
18 05/22/2009 ACTION BY CLERK (MAT) - Granted : 07/15/2009
19 06/02/2009 Supplemental Clerk's Certificate of Appeal (entry nos. 131-132)
20 06/08/2009 TRANSCRIPT DATED October 14, 2008 (Jury Voir Dire) & C.O.S.
21 06/08/2009 DISK - TRA (10-14-08--Jury Voir Dire) (E-mailed)
22 07/07/2009 APPELLANT BRIEF View
23 07/07/2009 APPELLANT APPENDIX
24 07/07/2009 DISK - atb (e-mailed)
25 08/10/2009 APPELLEE BRIEF (e-filed) View
26 08/10/2009 E-FILED BRIEF (AEB)
27 08/12/2009 Received $25 surcharge for AEB (Receipt No. 18957)
28 08/14/2009 Received 7 copies of AEB from CSD
29 10/29/2009 APPEARANCES: Benjamin Pulkrabek/Tanya Johnson Martinez, Asst. State's Attny.
30 10/29/2009 ARGUED: Pulkrabek/Martinez
31 12/15/2009 DISPOSITION (and Remanded)
32 12/15/2009 UNANIMOUS OPINION : Kapsner, Carol Ronning View
33 12/16/2009 Judgment Sent to Parties
34 01/06/2010 MANDATE
35 01/12/2010 RECEIPT SIGNED BY DISTRICT COURT CLERK'S OFFICE
36 01/26/2021 EXPUNGED - Nonpermanent record items destroyed

 


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