An additional justice of the Supreme Court of the Territory of Dakota. by United States. Congress. House

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  • Judges,
  • Courts,
  • Dakota Territory

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Other titlesAdditional justice of supreme court of Territory of Dakota
ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary
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FormatElectronic resource
Pagination2 p.
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Open LibraryOL15967600M

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The Supreme Court of the Dakota Territory continued with three justices until when another associate justice was added. The total number of justices then increased to six in and eight in A listing of the Territorial chief justices and associate justices and the dates they served follows.

Territorial Justices. History Territorial court. The Supreme Court of the Dakota Territory was established in Yankton, South Dakota in It was the first Territorial Supreme Court in American history.

Initially, justices were appointed directly by the President of the United first court consisted of three justices: Philemon Bliss, George P. Williston, and Joseph L. Williams, appointed by President Appeals to: Supreme Court of the United States. The Court System maintains a history of all individuals who have served as a Supreme Court Justice, and interesting facts about the justices.

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The Supreme Court of North Dakota. A fourth associate justice was added to the Supreme Court and an additional district court was created in The lower court system consisted of probate courts and justices of the peace. The Organic Law also provided for a Territorial Delegate to be elected by the voters of the territory and seated as a non-voting member of the United State.

A fourth associate justice was added to the Supreme Court and an additional district court was created in The lower courts in the territory included probate courts and justices of the peace. The state court system authorized by the North Dakota Constitution in consisted of a Chief Justice and three justices elected to six-year terms.


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