Tag Archives: court of appeals

Court of Appeals Rules that a Citation Was Sufficient Even Though It Failed to Allege Multiple Elements of an Offense

Can the Fact that Daryl Had a Glock Yesterday Be Used to Prove that He Had an AK-47 Today?

When Does a Seizure Occur When an Officer’s Vehicle Displays Emergency Lights That Directs a Vehicle to Stop?

Court of Appeals Caseload Information

Proving a Minor’s Sexual Purpose for Sexual Assault Crimes

Five Things I’m Thankful For

The 2016 Election

Failure to Allege, in an Application for a Search Warrant, that the Premises to Be Searched Is the Suspect’s Home

North Carolina Court of Appeals Finds That Erroneous Completion of Juvenile Waiver of Rights Form Did Not Bar Admissibility of Confession

Drug Users, Drug Sellers, and Probable Cause