Tag Archives: court of appeals

Case Summaries: N.C. Court of Appeals (October 15, 2019)

When a Person Sells Drugs Away from His or Her Home, Does that Provide Probable Cause to Search the Person’s Home?

Case Summaries — North Carolina Court of Appeals

Shooting an Officer the Bird

State v. Copley: Addressing Race During Closing Argument

Court of Appeals “Capps” Prosecutors’ Use of Statements of Charges in Superior Court

Update on Community Caretaking

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Appellate Bracketology

Is a Single Drug Sale from a Residence Enough to Support a Conviction for Maintaining a Dwelling?

Myers McNeill and What Happens When Reasonable Suspicion Dissipates