The Supreme Court in Hillsboro - The October 22, 2018 photos Monday, October 22, 2018

The Supreme Court traveled to Hillsboro High School Oct. 22 to talk with students and hear a case. Students Jacob Pruneda, Seth Owens, Natassaja Eberhardt and Jake Moore guided the justices on a tour through the school. The Supreme Court traveled to Hillsboro High School Oct. 22 to talk with students and hear a case. Students Jacob Pruneda, Seth Owens, Natassaja Eberhardt and Jake Moore guided the justices on a tour through the school.
Justice Dan Crothers meeting and greeting students while on the tour. Justice Dan Crothers meeting and greeting students while on the tour.
Justice  Jon Jensen enjoyed a laugh while conversing with the students. Justice Jon Jensen enjoyed a laugh while conversing with the students.
Justice  Lisa Fair McEvers met with students and teachers. Justice Lisa Fair McEvers met with students and teachers.
Chief  Justice Gerald VandeWalle enjoyed talking with the students. Chief Justice Gerald VandeWalle enjoyed talking with the students.
Chief Justice VandeWalle, Justice  Jerod Tufte, and Justice McEvers spoke with seniors. Chief Justice VandeWalle, Justice Jerod Tufte, and Justice McEvers spoke with seniors.
Justice  Jensen and Justice Crothers met with sophomores. Justice Jensen and Justice Crothers met with sophomores.
Michael Hoffman argues on behalf the Appellant, Wilbur Paul Hunts Along, in  Hunts Along v. NDDOT, Supreme Court No. 20180146. Michael Hoffman argues on behalf the Appellant, Wilbur Paul Hunts Along, in Hunts Along v. NDDOT, Supreme Court No. 20180146.
The Court listened to arguments from Michael Trent Pitcher on behalf of the Appellee, the North Dakota Department of  Transportation. The Court listened to arguments from Michael Trent Pitcher on behalf of the Appellee, the North Dakota Department of Transportation.
The Court answered questions following the argument and thanked Principal Terry Baesler, Superintendent Paula Suda, and the faculty and students at Hillsboro for their hospitality. The Court answered questions following the argument and thanked Principal Terry Baesler, Superintendent Paula Suda, and the faculty and students at Hillsboro for their hospitality.