Jim Long vs State of North Dakota - Full Trial Coverage

 November 17, 2010

BIG THANKS TO NORTHDECODER.COM 
for crossposting this coverage, and for all he does in North Dakota!
Chet reports that Sandy Blunt's 

Here is the entire coverage of the Long v North Dakota WSI trial.

Look soon for my analysis. I have had time to reflect on the trial, and come away much disturbed, so I'll have a few interesting things to say.  I need to do a bit of research first. 

What Was I Doing in North Dakota?
Trial Reporting Groundrules
Opening Statement - Plaintiff Long
Opening Statement - Defendant State of North Dakota
Long v North Dakota - Outside the Jury's Presence
North Dakota Press Ignores Whistleblower Trial
Jim Long Takes the Stand - Part One
Jim Long Takes the Stand - Part Two
Jim Long Takes the Stand - Part Three
Only in North Dakota
Jim Long Takes the Stand - Part Four
Jim Long Takes the Stand - Part Five
Jim Long Takes the Stand - Part Six
Jim Long Takes the Stand - Part Seven
Bakke Cross Examines Long - Part One
Bakke Cross Examines Long - Part Two
Bakke Cross Examines Long - Part Three
Bakke Cross Examines Long - Part Four
Bakke Cross Examines Long - Part Five
Bakke Cross Examines Long - Part Six
Notes on Mark Armstrong Testimony
Bakke Calls Defendant Sandy Blunt
Tuntland Calls Defendant Gjovig
Tuntland Calls Defendant Wahlin
Tuntland Calls Quinn
Tuntland Calls Justin Data
Tuntland Calls HP Officer Shannon Henke
Tuntland Calls General Counsel Jodi Bjornson
Tuntland Calls Defendant Rob Forward
Bakke Calls Bobbi Ripplinger
Tuntland Calls Billi Peltz - Part One
Tuntland Calls Billi Peltz - Part Two
Bakke Calls Defendant Indvik
Armstrong Calls Brad Ballweber
Armstrong Calls Cindy Ternes
Armstrong Calls Jessica Schmitke
Armstrong Calls Denise Bachler
Armstrong Calls Defendant Tag Anderson
Armstrong Calls John Halvorson
Tuntland Cross Examines Halvorson
Armstrong ReDirects Halvorson
Tuntland Calls Kay Grinsteinner
Bakke Cross Examines Grinsteinner
Tuntland ReDirects Grinsteinner
Bakke ReCross of Grinsteinner
Judge Ronald Goodman's Jury Instructions
Thomas Tuntland's Closing Statement
Randy Bakke's Closing Statement
Tuntland's Final Argument

The Jury's Verdict

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