Tag Archives: sixth amendment

Ramos v. Louisiana and the Jim Crow Origins of Nonunanimous Juries

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