Tag Archives: indictment

Naming the Victim of a Sexual Assault

Not-Quite-Defective Indictments

Brawley, Belk’s, and Charging Crimes in Modern, Southern Style

State v. Brice: Pleading Rules for Habitual Offenses Are Not Jurisdictional

Ferguson and the Prosecutor’s Approach to the Grand Jury

When Charging Murder, Is the Offense Date the Date of the Attack, or the Date of the Victim’s Death?

The Court of Appeals Finds Another Fatal Defect in a Sex Offender Indictment

The Court of Appeals Finds Indictment Errors — We Offer an Updated Resource for Avoiding Them

Sufficient or Insufficient?

What’s In a Name?