Prisoner Petitions – North Dakota (ND)

North Dakota Prisoner Petitions Cases filed in North Dakota

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Prisoner Petitions – North Dakota (ND) Inmate List
Petition Search from January 17, 2007 to August 18, 2020
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Between 1980 and 1996, the number of petitions filed in U.S. district
courts by Federal and State inmates increased from 23,230 to 68,235.
While the number of petitions filed increased, the rate at which inmates filed petitions decreased 17% from 72.7 petitions per 1,000 inmates to 60.5.
Fewer than 2% the petitions were adjudicated in favor of the inmate;
most (62%) were dismissed.
24% of the petitions terminated in U.S. district court were later appealed.
Between 1980 and 1996, the number of prisoner petitions appealed increased from 3,675 to 17,002.
88% of Federal and State inmates represented themselves on appeal.
Petitions by State inmates
State inmates initated 81% of all prisoner petitions filed during 1996;
most (73%) alleged a civil rights violation.
21% of State inmates under a sentence of death had a habeas corpus petition active in the Federal courts during 1995.
Petitions by Federal Inmates
74% of the petitions filed by Federal inmates challenged the constitutionality of the sentence imposed.
Between 1987 and 1996, the number of petitions by Federal inmates challenging the sentence imposed increased from 1,664 to 9,729.
43% of the petitions by Federal inmates challenging the the sentence were later appealed.

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