Courts in North Dakota
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If you're facing a DWI or DUI charge in North Dakota, your case will be heard in a North Dakota Municipal Court. North Dakota's District Courts handle all civil, domestic violence, and juvenile cases in, and cases involving traffic violations. North Dakota has a Temporary Court of Appeals that hears civil, criminal, and administrative agency appeals, and the state's 'court of last resort' is the North Dakota Supreme Court, which hears appeals from the Temporary Court of Appeals. If you're trying to find out if someone has a criminal record in North Dakota, many North Dakota court records for its District Courts are available online at http://www.ndcourts.gov/publicsearch/counties.aspx. However, some counties don't participate in this online database. If you're seeking records that aren't available online, you will need to contact the Clerk of Courts in that county to obtain copy of North Dakota court documents. A list of the participating North Dakota counties can be found at the above link. For further information regarding the availability of North Dakota public records, see the North Dakota 'Public Access to Court Records' guide at http://www.ndcourts.gov/publicsearch/counties.aspx.
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20, Nov 2014 - Buffalo, ND Can American Indian reformers slow an oil boom?
By Ernest Scheyder NEW TOWN N.D. (Reuters) - A change in leadership at an American Indian reservation in North Dakota wouldn't normally get a whole lot of attention. In the past two years alone, production on the MHA Nation has jumped 145 percent, cementing the state's role as the second-largest U.S. The reformers, Damon Williams, the tribal attorney, and Mark Fox, the tax director, each propose ...
19, Nov 2014 - Federal judge says Minnesota man must stand trial in North Dakota on illegal gambling charges
FARGO, N.D. — A federal judge has refused to dismiss charges against a Minnesota man accused of running an illegal gambling operation in North Dakota.
19, Nov 2014 - Fargo abortion clinic petitions state Supreme Court for rehearing on medication abortions
BISMARCK, N.D. — Lawyers for North Dakota's lone abortion clinic in Fargo are asking the state Supreme Court to clarify a portion of a recent ruling that limits the use of pregnancy-terminating drugs.
19, Nov 2014 - Judge refuses to dismiss charges in gambling case
A federal judge has refused to dismiss charges against a Minnesota man accused of running an illegal gambling operation in North Dakota.
19, Nov 2014 - North Dakota Supreme Court upholds limits on abortion drugs
The North Dakota Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld a state law that limits the use of drugs to perform abortions, a move abortion rights supporters say will end the use of medications to perform the procedure.
19, Nov 2014 - Sole ND abortion clinic halts medication abortions
North Dakota's sole abortion provider stopped providing medication abortions Wednesday in the wake of a state Supreme Court ruling that blocked the use of pregnancy-terminating drugs, though surgical abortions were...
19, Nov 2014 - ND clinic wants rehearing on medication abortions
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Lawyers for North Dakota's lone abortion clinic in Fargo are asking the state Supreme Court to clarify a portion of a recent ruling that limits the use of pregnancy-terminating drugs.
19, Nov 2014 - North Dakota Supreme Court upholds restrictions on medication abortion
(Reuters) - The North Dakota Supreme Court upheld on Tuesday a state law that restricts medication abortion, the non-surgical interruption of a pregnancy using drugs, saying it was constitutional. The state's highest court said three of its five members concluded the restrictions on medication abortion was unconstitutional under the U.S. Constitution, but it would have taken a four-judge ...
17, Nov 2014 - State appeals order to pay ND man for pay loader
The state of North Dakota is appealing a judge's order that a state Bureau of Criminal Investigation agent and state attorney general pay back a man for confiscating his pay loader and failing to return it as ordered.
17, Nov 2014 - North Dakota court bans use of drug in abortions
The North Dakota Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld a state law that limits the use of drugs to perform abortions, a move abortion-rights supporters say will end the use of medications to perform the procedure. ...
17, Nov 2014 - Grand Forks, ND Former Guard soldier pleads guilty in luring case
The lawyer for a former North Dakota Army National Guard soldier who has admitted to luring teenage girls over the Internet to have sex with him said Wednesday that his client's side of the story will be told at sentencing.
16, Nov 2014 - North Dakota Supreme Court Upholds Abortion Restrictions
North Dakota's highest court has upheld a state law that restricts the usage of medication abortions, reversing a lower court ruling.
16, Nov 2014 - Evidence thrown out in Devils Lake fishing bust
A judge has ruled that North Dakota game wardens improperly searched a Devils Lake rental home where five Wisconsin anglers were caught last summer with what authorities said was an illegal amount of fish.
16, Nov 2014 - Judge gives North Dakota 2 weeks to pay for loader
A North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation agent and the state attorney general have two weeks to pay back a man for confiscating his pay loader and failing to return it as ordered, a judge ruled Tuesday.
12, Oct 2014 - ND attorney general settles case with polling firm
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A Democratic polling firm representing backers of a state conservation fund will pay $2,000 to resolve a complaint alleging violations of North Dakota's do not call law, court records show.
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