29,820 Appellate Court Opinions
Property Tax; Revaluation; Misapplication
Protection of the Abused, Neglected, or Exploited Disabled Adult Act; petition for protective services; petition contents required
Revocation and purchase contract; no acceptance by buyer; electronic signature statute, NCGS 66-315; jury's verdict; entry of default; jury instruction.
Interlocutory appeal; compulsory counterclaim; motion to amend; substantial right.
personal jurisdiction; N.C.R. Civ. P. 60(b)(4); N.C.R. Civ. P. 4(j); insufficient service of process and personal jurisdiction
Expert Testimony, NC Rule of Civil Procedure 26, Alimony
exhaustion of administrative remedies; Tort Claims Act; statute of limitations
child custody modification order; access to child's medical, school, and counseling records; supervised visitation in best interest of child
Medical Malpractice; Rule 9(j); Rule 12(b)(6); North Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure; Rule 41; voluntary dismissal; Rule 15; relation back; motion to amend complaint; statute of limitations; Rule 702; North Carolina Rules of Evidence negligence; standard of care; review by expert
res judicata; law of the case; impossibility of compliance with injunction; failure to join necessary party; untimely appeal from motion for reconsideration
sufficiency of prior record level evidence; discretionary writs; certiorari
identity theft; motion to dismiss for insufficient evidence; jury instruction on false, contradictory, or conflicting statements
second-degree murder jury instruction; sentencing classification
driving while impaired; invited error
Plain error, voluntary intoxication, malicious conduct by a prisoner
Harmless beyond a reasonable doubt
ineffective assistance of counsel; absence of request for limiting instruction on use of 404(b) evidence; motion for appropriate relief
NCGS § 7A-271, 272; NCGS § 15A-641(c); original jurisdiction of superior court to hear misdemeanor by presentment
Attempted firs-degree murder; prior corroboratory statements; Rule 404(b); contents of cell phone browsing history; sufficiency of indictment.
expert opinion of identity of controlled substance; plain error admitting expert testimony; clerical error in judgment