Tag Archives: court of appeals

Myers McNeill and What Happens When Reasonable Suspicion Dissipates

Race and the Voluntariness of Consent

Unpublished Cases: What’s the Law?

State v. Hobson and the Presentment Controversy

Court of Appeals Rules Pattern Jury Instruction Inadequate in Felony Indecent Exposure Case

Even When the Controlled Buys Happen at the Back Door, Knock and Talks Must Happen at the Front Door

Failure to Include Known Facts in a Search Warrant Application Can Undermine Probable Cause

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How Serious Is a “Serious Bodily Injury”?

“Belk’s Department Stores, an entity capable of owning property”

State v. Messer, Uncorroborated Confessions & the Corpus Delicti Rule