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Combs v. Lund

Docket No. 20140163
Oral Argument: Tuesday, November 18, 2014 1:30pm

Docket Info

Title
Justin Combs and his children, Petitioners
v.
Dallas Lund, Respondent and Appellant
Case Type
CIVIL APPEAL : OTHER (Civil)
Appeal From
Case No. 2014-CV-00021
Northwest Judicial District, Divide County
Robin Ann Schmidt
2015 ND 10858 N.W.2d 311
Oral Argument 11/18/2014

Highlight

A respondent's right to due process is violated by a disorderly conduct restraining order that creates a right of review in a divorce proceeding to which the respondent is not a party.
Disorderly conduct restraining orders require findings of fact sufficient to enable an appellate review.


Briefs

Filing Date Description
07/17/2014 APPELLANT BRIEF View

Counsel

Party Type Name
APPELLANT PRIVATE PRACTICE Elizabeth Ledgerwood Pendlay - 06372

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

Seq. # Filing Date Description Attachment
1 05/06/2014 NOTICE OF APPEAL : 05/05/2014
2 05/06/2014 ORDER FOR TRANSCRIPT : 05/05/2014
3 06/05/2014 ELEC. RECORD ON APPEAL DATED JUNE 4, 2014 (ENTRY NOS. 1-12)
4 06/24/2014 TRANSCRIPT DATED April 10, 2014 & C.O.S.
5 06/24/2014 DISK - Transcript dated April 10, 2014 (e-mailed)
6 07/17/2014 APPELLANT BRIEF View
7 07/17/2014 APPELLANT APPENDIX
8 07/21/2014 DISK - ATB
9 08/28/2014 ELEC. SUPP. RECORD ON APPEAL DATED August 28, 2014 (ENTRY NOS 16-17)
10 08/29/2014 Notice that no timely filed Appellee's brief received
11 10/02/2014 NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT SENT
12 11/18/2014 APPEARANCES: Elizabeth L. Pendlay; waived for appellee under N.D.R.App.P. 34(a)(2)
13 11/18/2014 ARGUED: Elizabeth L. Pendlay
14 11/18/2014 ORAL ARGUMENT WEBCAST
15 01/15/2015 DISPOSITION
16 01/15/2015 UNANIMOUS OPINION : Crothers, Daniel John View
17 01/15/2015 CONCUR IN THE RESULT : VandeWalle, Gerald W.
18 01/15/2015 NEITHER PARTY HAVE AND RECOVER COSTS AND DISBURSEMENTS IN THIS APPEAL
19 01/19/2015 Judgment Sent to Parties
20 02/06/2015 MANDATE
21 02/13/2015 RECEIPT SIGNED BY DISTRICT COURT CLERK'S OFFICE
22 05/12/2022 EXPUNGED - Nonpermanent record items destroyed

 


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