Tag Archives: court of appeals

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

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

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