The Minnesota Court of Appeals will be hearing 3 oral arguments at Mitchell Hamline on Wednesday, April 11 in the Auditorium. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend. Students may enter and leave between arguments. Judges panel will include Judge Carol Hooten, Judge Kevin Ross and Judge Heidi Schellhas.
The arguments are as follows:
9:30 am – A17-1119: Appellant challenges the sufficiency of the evidence to support her conviction for felony assault of an infant and also argues that conviction for a lesser-included offense was improper. Brief for A17-1119
10:05 am – A17-1921: In a case arising from a fatal automobile accident involving a rented vehicle, the rental company argues that the district court should not have stayed litigation in Minnesota, pending the outcome of litigation brought by the driver’s insurer in California. Brief for A17-1921
10:40 am – A17-1875: A driver whose license was revoked under Minnesota’s implied –consent law challenges the district court’s determination that police had reasonable suspicion to stop his vehicle. Brief for A17-1875
11:15-11:35 am – Q&A session with students