32,711 Appellate Court Opinions
Identity theft, identifying information of another person, sufficiency of the evidence
Resisting, Delaying, or Obstructing a Public Officer;
N.C. Gen. Stat. § 14-223 (2021);
Motion to Dismiss;
Out of State Tags and ID;
Waiver of Counsel;
N.C. Gen. Stat. § 15-A-1242 (2021);
Entrapment defense, entitlement to jury instructions on entrapment, prejudicial error
motion to dismiss; insufficiency of the evidence; first-degree forcible rape; serious personal injury; jury instruction; constructive force; mental defect
Serious Harm to Law Enforcement Animal; Lesser-Included Offense; Jury Instruction; Self-Defense; Willfulness; Plain Error
statutory rape and indecent liberties with a child; motion to dismiss; corpus delicti (?body of the crime?); strong corroborative evidence of Defendant?s extrajudicial confession; bench trial; affirmed
Shackling, restraints, prejudicial error, MAR, notice of appeal.
Joinder; Joinder of offenses; Transactional connection; Single scheme or plan; N.C. Gen. Stat. § 15A-926(a); Prejudice; Same location; Same victim; Same defendant; Modus Operandi; Abusive relationship; Lapse in time; 404(b); Rape; Assault; Assault with deadly weapon; AWDWISI
Murder; rape; arson; burglary; exclusion of evidence of third-party guilt; constitutional right to present defense; acting in concert theory; harmless beyond a reasonable doubt
Rules 1.19(a) and 8.4(a) of Rules of Professional Conduct; whole record review; attempt to engage in sexual relations with current client; sexual relationship with current client; substantial harm to client and profession; unchallenged adjudicatory findings; fiduciary attorney-client relationship; sanction of suspension; no abuse of discretion.
Specific Personal Jurisdiction;
N.C. Gen. Stat. 1-75;
Stream of Commerce;
Arise out of or relate to
Rule 60(b) motion for relief from judgment; interlocutory appeal.
?time being of the essence? clause; waiver; Real Estate Offer to Purchase and Contract
Public Trust Doctrine; Sovereign Immunity; Motion to Dismiss; Conservation of Natural Resources Clause; Right to Hunt, Fish, and Harvest Wildlife.
motion to dismiss properly granted; failure to allege substantive elements of claim; lack of subject matter jurisdiction due to lack of standing
findings of fact supported conclusions of law that grounds existed to terminate respondents' parental rights and conclusions were not erroneous
juvenile delinquent; N.C.G.S. 5A-31; N.C.G.S. 7B-1501
Motion to set aside foreclosure; N.C. R. Civ. P. 60(b); attorneys? fees; prevailing party; restitution; unclean hands