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N.D. Supreme Court in Devils Lake Tuesday, October 23, 2018

� Justice McEvers and Chief Justice VandeWalle team up to talk with students. The Supreme Court traveled to Devils Lake High School Oct. 23 to meet with students and hear a case. Justice Lisa Fair McEvers and Chief Justice Gerald VandeWalle teamed up to talk with students.
Devils Lake High School Principal Ryan Hanson served as tour guide for the Devils Lake High school visit.  Superintendent Scott Privratsky, who was instrumental for the Court's visit is not shown. Devils Lake High School Principal Ryan Hanson served as tour guide for the Devils Lake High school visit. Superintendent Scott Privratsky, who was instrumental for the Court's visit is not shown.
Justices Dan Crothers,  Jerod Tufte and Jon Jensen talked about the court system  and answered student questions. Justices Dan Crothers, Jerod Tufte and Jon Jensen talked about the court system and answered student questions.
Justices  Crothers and McEvers enjoyed the give and take with students and teachers. Justices Crothers and McEvers enjoyed the give and take with students and teachers.
Chief Justice VandeWalle and Justices  Tufte and Jensen explained an issue to a class of students. Chief Justice VandeWalle and Justices Tufte and Jensen explained an issue to a class of students.
Chief Justice VandeWalle joined instructor Dan  Wakefield and students for lunch. Chief Justice VandeWalle joined instructor Dan Wakefield and students for lunch.
Alex Reichert  presents the argument on behalf of the Appellant in <em>State v. Bornsen</em>,  Supreme Court No. 20180093. Alex Reichert presents the argument on behalf of the Appellant in State v. Bornsen, Supreme Court No. 20180093.
The Court held  arguments in the old federal courtroom, which is located at the Lake Region  Heritage Center. The Court held arguments in the old federal courtroom, which is located at the Lake Region Heritage Center.
Andrew Eyre presented  arguments on behalf of the State of North Dakota. Andrew Eyre presented arguments on behalf of the State of North Dakota.
Students from Devils  Lake High School and Wolford High School had questions for the Court after  arguments. Students from Devils Lake High School and Wolford High School had questions for the Court after arguments.

Photos by Penny Miller