UND NEWS BLOG Lawyering up North Dakota
By Juan Miguel Pedraza,University & Public Affairs Writer
Supreme Court chief justice notes 21 of state's 53 counties have fewer than four attorneys. Four counties have none. A Law School pilot... Posted on 11/7/13 at 4:53 PM
HEALTH BEAT Reactions pour in to health care ruling
Reactions have been pouring in all day to the Supreme Court's ruling this morning on the health care reform law.
If there was any doubt that Americans feel a strong personal stake in health care, it'... Posted on 6/28/12 at 1:52 PM
The deputy who arrested Lakota, N.D., farmer Rodney Brossart in 2011 was put on trial by defense attorneys in the second day of the actual trial — of Brossart on terrorizing law enforcement officers and theft of cattle.
The North Dakota Supreme Court is making its annual visit to the UND Law School in Grand Forks Tuesday and Wednesday. The justices are hearing 4 cases, giving students and faculty the chance to see the state's high court in action.
Several family members and medical examiners testified in court Monday in the murder trial for Valentino Bagola. He's accused of killing his cousin's 6-year-old son Travis DuBois Junior and 9-year-old daughter Destiny Shaw-Dubois on the Spirit Lake reservation two years ago.
The lawsuit filed Monday in U.S. District Court here alleges Dane Boedigheimer and Spencer Grove took the idea for the character from H2M Inc.’s “The Talking Orange,” created for several television commercials that aired in North Dakota and western Minnesota from 2005 to 2009 for a North Dakota Department of Transportation advertising campaign.
Two men charged last year with the first human trafficking cases in Grand Forks say they want to go to trial on the charges that could put them in prison for life, one of them going back on an earlier plea deal.
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