30,387 Appellate Court Opinions
motion to suppress - unreasonable search and seizure; historical cell-site location information; N.C. Gen. Stat. § 15A-262 and 15A-263; court order supported by probable cause
Review of closing argument where no objection made at trial.
waiver of jury trial; N.C. Gen. Stat. 15A-1201
section 15A?1343.2(d)(1), sentencing, remand
Anders Brief; write of certiorari; DWI; probation.
Diminished capacity; bipolar disorder; jailhouse calls; rebuttal evidence; felony murder; armed robbery; psychological evaluation
motion to suppress; unchallenged factual findings are binding on appeal; findings supported denial of motion to suppress absent challenged findings; challenged findings presumed to be supported by competent evidence where record on appeal did not include evidence supporting or undermining them
Petition for writ of certiorari; motion to dismiss; Alford plea; Anders brief.
Grounds for setting aside bond forfeiture; Failure to make material findings of fact; Appellate review of written order.
Submitting lesser-included offenses of trafficking in heroin to the jury; Plain error
Satellite-based monitoring; State's burden to show reasonableness under Fourth Amendment
Witness Testimony; Plain Error; Electronic Monitoring Device.
robbery with a dangerous weapon; fatal variance argument not preserved for appellate review; evidence of dangerousness required to support submission of robbery with a dangerous weapon charge to jury; evidence that gun was inoperable or non-deadly insufficient on its own to establish dangerousness of gun; absence of evidence of dangerousness of inoperable or non-deadly gun required dismissal of robbery with a dangerous weapon charge; improper judicial comment on the evidence; prejudice showing not met by judicial comment on the evidence; no record of required habitual felon colloquy required remand for habitual felon colloquy or proof of habitual felon status
4th Amendment; denial of motion to suppress; specific basis justifying search; reasonable steps taken during search to protect privacy
common element, planned community act, appurtenant easement, summary judgment
Class Action; Mootness; Whether a pick off exception to the mootness doctrine applies in the context of a class action lawsuit.
Whether state judicial officials have the authority and jurisdiction to rule on the legality of immigration arrest warrants and detainers issued by the federal government requesting local law enforcement agencies to detain individuals suspected of violating federal immigration laws for at least 48 hours after their state criminal matters have been resolved.