- Supreme Court rejects appeal in Fargo murder-for-hire scheme Updated: Jul-02-15 7:16 am
BISMARCK, North Dakota - The North Dakota Supreme Court has rejected another appeal by an Oklahoma man convicted of hiring a hit man to kill his son-in-law in North Dakota.
- Idaho man convicted in North Dakota slaying appeals Updated: Jun-24-15 8:25 am
BISMARCK, North Dakota - The attorney for an Idaho man convicted of killing a man outside of a strip club in the western North Dakota oil patch hub of Williston says the jury in the case unfairly inferred intent on the part of his client.
- North Dakota Supreme Court reprimands South Dakota attorney Updated: Jun-13-15 8:46 am
BISMARCK, North Dakota - The North Dakota Supreme Court has reprimanded an attorney over a dispute in a South Dakota tribal court.
- Supreme Court lets stand stabbing conviction of Minot woman Updated: Jun-12-15 3:46 pm
FARGO, North Dakota - The North Dakota Supreme Court has upheld the conviction of a Minot woman charged with attempted murder in the stabbing of her estranged husband, even though one justice said there wasn't enough evidence to issue the first search warrant.
- North Dakota Supreme Court rejects appeal in grisly murder Updated: Jun-12-15 2:39 pm
FARGO, North Dakota - The North Dakota Supreme Court has rejected the appeal of a Cooperstown man who said his conviction for shooting and beheading a North Dakota State University researcher was tainted because a witness lied on the stand.
- High court to decide whether to take on Fargo drug dog case Updated: Jun-06-15 1:33 pm
FARGO, North Dakota - Lawyers for a Fargo man will try to persuade the U.S. Supreme Court to hear their appeal of his drug conviction, saying officers don't have the right to enter a locked apartment building without a warrant and that the hallways should be considered private property.
- Convict in Bismarck homicide appeals to state Supreme Court Updated: Jun-03-15 12:44 pm
BISMARCK, North Dakota - One of two men accused of conspiring to murder a South Dakota man in North Dakota is appealing his conviction to the North Dakota Supreme Court.