The North Dakota Supreme Court, which ruled that the owner of three rogue trees next to a chiropractic clinic in southeast North Dakota may have to pay for damage allegedly caused by the trees’ spreading branches.
A man who was convicted of hiring a hit man to kill his son-in-law is asking the North Dakota Supreme A man who was convicted of hiring a hit man to kill his son-in-law is asking the North Dakota Supreme Court to give him a new trial.
Court to give him a new trial.
The Manvel, N.D., man said the brother he killed threatened him with a gun, but the court said that happened more than a decade ago. It upheld a ruling by state District Judge Lawrence Jahnke to bar testimony about that threat from Chisholm's trial.
The North Dakota Supreme Court's ruling on illegal campaign spending may push the issue into the Legislature next year. The court says only local prosecutors can handle cases where someone is accused of using public property or tax money to campaign on a ballot measure.
Vincente Chacano says the Adams County prosecutor dismissed the charges against him once. He was accused of repeatedly molesting a girl who was under age 15. Chacano says the charges were refiled later without any further investigation.
North Dakota's Supreme Court had a tough review Tuesday of a lawsuit over the state's debate on whether to abolish property taxes. The argument will be resolved next week, when voters decide the fate of Measure 2. It is a constitutional amendment to prohibit property taxes.
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