Tag Archives: pleadings

Who is the Victim When a Defendant Steals a Decedent’s Personal Property?

“Updating” a Criminal Summons

North Carolina Sticks with the Rule that Omitting an Element in an Indictment Deprives the Court of Jurisdiction – at Least for Now

From This Day Forward:  Technical Corrections Act Amends Statute of Limitations

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

Charging Greater and Lesser-Included Offenses Separately

Court of Appeals: Pleading Standards Are Relaxed for Citations

Pleading Defects and Double Jeopardy

Is the NC Court of Appeals Lightening Up on Indictment Issues?

How Many Charges Can One Charging Document Contain?