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Leah Grace Taylor v. Aaron James Taylor
Bismarck, ND - Divorce lawyer represented defendant with appealing the modifying of his parenting time, his decision making authority, and finding him in contempt. Aaron and Leah Taylor were married in 2008. They have two minor children: A.G.T., born in 2008, and L.A.T., born in 2011. The pair ...
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( 04-09-2022 - ND)

Henry H. Howe v. Steven Gilpin, Delicia Glaze, Scott Kraft, Barbar L. Whelan, et al.
Grand Forks, North Dakota civil rights lawyer represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendants on Constitutional rights violation theories under 42 U.S.C. 1983 claiming $999,000 in damages. Steven Gilpin, Delicia Glaze and Scott Kraft were at all times relevant to the causes of action, Special Agents of the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI), and a member of the Grand Forks Nar...
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( 03-28-2022 - ND)

Katherine Gray v. Devils Lake Public Schools
MoreLaw Virtual Receptionists Never Miss Another Call Don't Wait - Call 918-582-6422 Today! Grand Forks, ND - Katherine Gray sued the Devils Lake Public Schools on a civi...
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( 06-28-2019 - ND)

State of North Dakota v. Rebecca Dakota Grant
Grand Forks, ND - The State of North Dakota charged Rebecca Dakota Grant, age 31, with sexual assault, attempted murder and assault and battery. Charges: 06/04/2018 Plea (Judicial Officer: Hartl Romanick, Lolita G.) 4. Aggravated assault-Dangerous weapon or other weapo...
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( 12-08-2018 - ND)

Carl Michael Hoverson v. Sanda Morten Hoverson
[1] Sandra Hoverson appeals from a district court order resolving a parenting time dispute. Sandra Hoverson argues the district court improperly modified parenting time without a formal motion filed by either party. We conclude the district court's order did not modify the amended judgment. We affirm the order. I [2] Carl and Sandra Hoverson were married in 2004 and have one ch...
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( 02-16-2017 - ND)

Melissa J. Haugen f/k/a Melissa J. Simmons v. James M. Simmons
[¶1] Melissa Haugen appeals from a district court judgment awarding James Simmons primary residential responsibility of their two minor children. Haugen argues the district court erred in applying the best interest factors and in awarding primary residential responsibility to Simmons. Simmons argues the appeal was frivolous and requests attorney fees on appeal under N.D.R.App.P. 38. We conclude t...
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( 02-12-2015 - ND)

Rodney Chisholm v. State of South Dakota
[¶1] Rodney Chisholm appealed from a district court order dismissing his application for post-conviction relief. Chisholm argues the court erred in summarily dismissing his application on its own motion without providing him with notice or an opportunity to be heard. He also claims the court erred in failing to rule on every issue raised in his application. We reverse and remand, concluding the c...
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( 06-24-2014 - ND)

Michael A. Hamre v. North Dakota Department of Transportation
[¶1] Michael A. Hamre appeals a district court order affirming a North Dakota Department of Transportation ("DOT") order disqualifying his commercial driver's license for one year. Hamre argues that DOT misapplied the law by considering the administrative suspension of his noncommercial license a "conviction" under N.D.C.C. § 39-06.2-10(7) (2011), that N.D.C.C. § 39-06.2-10(7) (2011) is void fo...
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( 02-26-2014 - ND)

State of North Dakota v. Justin Yabro
The State of North Dakota charged Justin Yabro, age 32, with sexually abusing his 7-year-old step-daughter. The victim, now age 8, testified that Yarbro sexually abused her in several ways from April 2010, when she was 6, until October 12, 2011. Defense counsel argued that the mother somehow got a 7-year-old girl to give detailed and consistent accounts of explicit sexual acts i...
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( 04-05-2013 - ND)

Lorne C. Sateren v. Marilyn L. Sateren
[¶1] Marilyn Sateren appeals from an order denying reallocation of marital property in a stipulated divorce case, and Lorne Sateren moves to dismiss the appeal. We deny Lorne Sateren's motion to dismiss because Marilyn Sateren has not waived her right to appeal by unconditionally, voluntarily and consciously accepting a substantial benefit under the divorce judgment. We reverse the order denying ...
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( 01-23-2013 - ND)

Joan Marie Warnke v. David Brian Warnke
[¶1] David Brian Warnke appealed the district court order denying his motion to vacate a default divorce judgment from Joan Marie Warnke. On appeal, David Warnke argued the district court abused its discretion in denying his motion to vacate the default judgment, because he appeared in the district court but did not receive adequate notice of the second hearing. David Warnke also argued the distr...
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( 11-15-2011 - ND)

Dominique L. Smith v. Angie Abigail Martinez
[¶1] Dominique L. Smith appeals a district court judgment granting Angie Abigail Martinez primary residential responsibility of the parties' child, C.R.S. We conclude the district court made inadequate findings on domestic violence between the parties and the presumption against awarding primary residential responsibility to the perpetrator of domestic violence. We reverse and remand to the distr...
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( 07-13-2011 - ND)

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