Justices traveled to Moorhead for oral arguments and allowed cameras in court.
Not one, not two, but three judges make their way into Clay County courtroom three in Moorhead." Brainerd Dispatch: "A 51-year-old Pine River man, who brought his case to the Minnesota Court of Appeals -- saying the district court erred by finding that he violated his probation by failing to notify his agent of an address change and then revoking his probation after holding him to a heightened standard because he received a dispositional departure -- lost his appeal." G. Herald: "The second Grand Forks District Court judge to retire in recent years, Sonja Clapp recently announced she will step down from the bench in December after almost a decade as a district judge.
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The justices had to decide: Should Hamlet, former prince of Denmark, have been convicted for the deaths of his mother, Claudius, Polonius, Rosencrantz, Guildenstern, Laertes and Ophelia." Missoulian: "The Montana Supreme Court heard arguments Friday in an appeal of a case that could determine whether the state's million cap on jury awards for punitive damages will stand. School of Law Dean Kathryn Rand, and State Bar Association President Jack Mc Donald.