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Graf v. Merrick, et al.

Docket No. 20150137
Oral Argument: Argument Date & Time is not set.

Docket Info

Title
Darrell Graf, Petitioner
v.
The Honorable Thomas E. Merrick, Judge of
the District Court, Southeast Judicial District,
Robert Heier, Firehouse Ribs, and Northland
Financial, Respondents

Case Type
CIVIL ORIG. PROCEEDING : WRIT OF SUPERVISION (Civil)
Appeal From
Case No. 2013-CV-00459
Southeast Judicial District, Stutsman County
Thomas E. Merrick

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Briefs

Filing Date Description
05/04/2015 PETITION FILED View

Counsel

Party Type Name
RESPONDENT PRIVATE PRACTICE Timothy D Lervick - 03495
RESPONDENT DISTRICT JUDGE Thomas E Merrick - 04024
RESPONDENT PRIVATE PRACTICE Sean Thomas Foss - 06422
PETITIONER PRO SE Darrell G Graf

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

Seq. # Filing Date Description Attachment
1 05/04/2015 PETITION FILED View
2 05/04/2015 PETITIONER APPENDIX
3 05/05/2015 ACTION BY SUPREME COURT - Denied
4 05/05/2015 DISPOSITION
5 05/05/2015 Order/Judgment Sent to Parties
6 07/18/2022 EXPUNGED - Nonpermanent record items destroyed

 


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