30,387 Appellate Court Opinions
Jury Instructions; Municipal Liability Under 42 U.S.C. Section 1983; No Prejudicial Error
child custody, UCCJEA, pending proceedings, absconding
sealed instrument; promissory note; business activity; UDTPA
default judgment, sum certain, Rule 37, sanctions
Civil Contempt, NCGS s.s. 5A-21, 23; Child support; Due process re opportunity to be heard, US. Const. Amends. V, XIV, N.C. Const. art. I, s. 19
Uniform Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Act; Full faith and credit; Anti-deficiency statute; Public-policy exception to enforcement of a foreign judgment; Intrinsic fraud
accessory after the fact; obstruction of justice; jury instructions
Motion to Suppress; Reasonable suspicion; Terry frisk; Attenuation doctrine
Assault on law enforcement officer inflicting serious injury; simple assault; corroborative statements; cross examination and limiting instructions; Rule 801; knowledge versus willfully.
sentencing; prior record level; substantial similarity analysis
prior record level; prior record level worksheet; sentencing points; resentencing
Miranda waiver; knowing and voluntary confession; promise or inducement in exchange for confession
Probation Revocation, Good Cause
Deviation from Pattern Jury Instruction; Jury Instruction on Actual and Constructive Possession; Subject-Matter Jurisdiction to Correct Judgment After Notice of Appeal.
Embezzlement, Corporate malfeasance, Jurisdiction, Evidence, Variance in indictment
Assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury; plain error; use of pattern jury instructions; failure to instruct jury that assault charge requires victim to be alive
Assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury; denial of request for self-defense instruction; motion to dismiss; sufficiency of evidence of serious injury; potential clerical error on judgment form
Witness testimony, victim, ineffective assistance of counsel; sexual assault,credibility.
common law robbery; substantial evidence of continuous transaction supported denial of motion to dismiss; admission of Rule 404(b) evidence was harmless, if error; inadequate notice and opportunity to be heard on award of attorney's fees