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Each day updates: Attorneys put together to provide opening statements Thursday afternoon

Daily updates: Attorneys prepare to give opening statements Thursday afternoon

The trial begins Tuesday June 29th and is expected to last through July 16th. Prosecutors, led by Grand Forks County’s assistant prosecutor, Carmell Mattison, will argue that Pendleton, aged 41, will evict Pendleton and his mother Lola Moore from their shared apartment in Grand Forks on May 27. Grand Forks Police Department officers Pat Torok … Read more

Attorneys make opening statements in drug trial | Information

Attorneys make opening statements in drug trial | News

The jury heard opening speeches Wednesday morning during the trial of Tracy Boyd, who is charged with two drug-related deaths. Boyd, 53, is on trial in Warren Circuit Court on two cases of second degree manslaughter, three cases of first degree trafficking of controlled substance and involvement in organized crime. Prosecutors are trying to hold … Read more

In household authorized battle Roers v. Roers, Minnesota agency claims lawyer made ‘willful false’ statements

A Roers Management construction project connected to the St. Paul’s Newman Center is seen Friday, Feb. 12, on the 1100 block of North University Drive in Fargo. The Fargo company is in a legal battle with a Minnesota developer, Roers Cos., over who has the rights to use the family name. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor

However, Roers Management’s trademark and litigation attorney said the attorney’s allegations to the government were reasonable and truthful. Roers Cos., Founded by Kent and Brian Roers and based in Minnetonka, Minnesota, counterclaimed the lawsuit filed against them in early December by Fargo-based Roers management. Roers Management was founded by Jim Roers, Senator from North Dakota, … Read more

P.G. Sittenfeld’s attorneys accuse feds of creating false statements

US attorney David DeVillers discusses charges against PG Sittenfeld on November 10, 2020.

Federal officials “made false and misleading statements” at a news conference announcing bribery and extortion attempts against suspended Cincinnati City Councilor PG Sittenfeld, his lawyers say. And the indictment is filled with partial citations attributed to Sittenfeld and “wrongly taken out of context,” according to a motion filed Wednesday morning in federal court in Cincinnati. … Read more