31,969 Appellate Court Opinions
motion to suppress, conflicting material evidence
Anders brief; prior record level; sentence dispositions; sentence duration
Ineffective assistance of counsel claim; opening door to inadmissible evidence; sufficiency of evidence of two separate assaults
Lifetime satellite-based monitoring; initials used in an indictment; aggravated sex offender.
embezzlement; fiduciary duty; jury instructions
Sixth amendment, right to counsel, self-representation, expert witness, bolstering credibility of prosecuting witness, plain error review, ineffective assistance of counsel.
wrongful death while in custody; interlocutory appeal based on sovereign, governmental, or qualified immunity; trial court correctly granted in part and denied in part motion to dismiss; no immediate appeal of right existed from trial court's denial of claim for temporary or permanent injunction
Right to appeal; motion to intervene; Rule 3; abandonment.
motion to compel arbitration; arbitration; substantial right; wrongful death; scope of arbitration; validity of arbitration agreement
alimony, divisible property, unequal distribution
Rule 12(b)(6), motion to modify child support
untimely notice of appeal
Workers' Compensation Act; injury by accident; extra exertion; insufficient finding of fact and conclusion of law; reversed and remanded
Medicaid; Medicare; dual eligible; N.C.G.S. § 108A-55.1; unpromulgated rule; Duke Univ. Med. Ctr. v. Bruton.
Child custody, cessation of reunification as secondary plan
Trial court did not err in adjudicating juvenile neglected, N.C. Gen. Stat. § 7B-101(15); trial court properly admitted drug test results pursuant to the business records exception to the hearsay rule, N.C. Gen. Stat. § 8C-1, Rule 803(6), trial court did not abuse its discretion in juvenile disposition order.
juvenile, caretaker, reunification, visitation, grandfather, mental health, placement, removal parent, dependent, venue, minor, subject matter jurisdiction, standing, social services, DSS, conflict of interest, disposition, adjudication
independent review under Anders and In re LEM revealed no meritorious issue where counsel did not argue error in trial proceedings