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WRIGLEY SEEKS COURT APPROVAL FOR AGREEMENT WITH GLASSER IMAGES, LLC, JACK GLASSER, AND JACE SCHACHER FOR PHOTOGRAPHY BUSINESS BAN, CONSUMER RESTITUTION, AND CIVIL PENALTIES

January 26, 2023

Attorney General Drew Wrigley today announced that he has filed a proposed Consent Judgment with the Burleigh County District Court seeking approval of a settlement with Glasser Images, its owner Jack Glasser, and former employee Jace Schacher.

WRIGLEY BANS NU LIFE INSTITUTE LLC AND ITS OWNER EDWARD BACA III FROM CONDUCTING BUSINESS IN NORTH DAKOTA

January 19, 2023

Attorney General Drew Wrigley announced today that his office has issued a Cease and Desist Order against Nu Life Institute, LLC and Edward Baca III of Las Vegas, Nevada.

WRIGLEY OBTAINS CONSUMER FRAUD JUDGMENT AGAINST GEORGE LAFAVE DOING BUSINESS AS BY GEORGE BUILDINGS

December 12, 2022

Attorney General Drew Wrigley announces that the Burleigh County District Court entered judgment against George Lafave of Bismarck, ND, doing business as By George Buildings, in its December 1, 2022, ruling.

ATTORNEY GENERAL WRIGLEY ANNOUNCES SENTENCE IN PATIENT ABUSE CASE

November 29, 2022

Attorney General Drew Wrigley announced today that the Honorable Jay Schmitz sentenced Gracious Weah to serve 1 year and 1 day in jail after a jury found Weah guilty of Aggravated Assault Causing Permanent Impairment, and Reckless Endangerment.

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MEETINGS THAT CONSTITUTE A QUORUM MUST BE PROPERLY NOTICED

December 22, 2022

The Billings County Commission violated open meetings laws when it failed to provide notice of meetings attended by each of the commissioners during which they discussed public business.

TEACHERS AT SECTARIAN SCHOOLS MAY RECEIVE GRANTS FROM THE TEACHER SUPPORT SYSTEM

December 1, 2022

Article VIII, Section 5 of the North Dakota Constitution is not enforceable under United States Supreme Court caselaw, and therefore teachers at sectarian schools may receive grants from the Teacher Support System.

HIPAA DOES NOT PROHIBIT DISCLOSURE OF PROTECTED HEALTH INFORMATION IN ORDER TO ASSERT AFFIRMATIVE DEFENSES TO ABORTION LAW.

November 16, 2022

The North Dakota Attorney General has determined that state and federal law do not preclude a defendant from disclosing a patient’s PHI in order to assert an affirmative defense to N.D.C.C. § 12.1-31-12 so long as the applicable requirements are met.

ELECTION OFFICIAL MAY NOT REQUIRE A VOTER TO PROVIDE PROOF OF CITIZENSHIP

October 26, 2022

Without a clear statutory requirement by the legislature to prove citizenship or a constitutionally permissible method by which to prove it, an election official may not require a voter to provide documentary proof of citizenship in order to vote.