Tag Archives: sixth amendment

To Prove Aggravating Factors for DWI in Superior Court, State Must Provide Notice

Does McCoy v. Louisiana Matter in North Carolina?

Prying Open the Jury Room: Supreme Court Creates an Exception to the No-Impeachment Rule for Racial Bias

At an Impasse Again

Alleging Aggravating Factors in a DWI Prosecution

Egregious Aggravation Is Unconstitutional

Fourth Circuit: New Trial Required When Defense Lawyer Sleeps Through “Substantial Portion” of a Trial

Padilla Comes to North Carolina

The Law of Interrogation

Fair Cross Section