31,240 Appellate Court Opinions
Hearsay; exceptions; excited utterance; lack of spontaneity; motive to fabricate
Motion to Suppress; Out-of-court identification; No error
Writ of certiorari; notice of appeal; motion to dismiss; uttering a forged instrument; obtaining property by false pretenses; intent element; knowledge element; sufficiency of evidence; preservation of issues
Capacity, competency, due process, involuntary commitment, not guilty by reason of insanity, plea
Single taking rule; prior record level calculation; prior conviction for possession of marijuana drug paraphernalia; all elements of present offense in prior offense; arrest judgment and new sentencing hearing
This Court cannot properly assess ineffective assistance of counsel issue on direct appeal.
seizure under Fourth Amendment; defendant was seized under Fourth Amendment by officer's display of authority; traffic stop was not a voluntary encounter
Motion to suppress; trafficking; possession; probable cause; affidavit; sufficient nexus
motion to suppress, motion to dismiss, reasonable suspicion, offer of proof, police dog reliability
First-degree murder; innocence commission; Law of the Land clause; Due Process; Fourth Amendment; blood draw; DNA sample; ineffective assistance of counsel; inevitable discover; fruit of poisonous tree; coercion.
divorce; equitable distribution; division of property as marital or separate; Rule 52(b) motion for additional findings
Summary judgment; guaranty contract; mutual mistake; parol evidence
decedent-employee's workers' compensation benefits; marital status
Whether a landlord had a duty to protect a third party from harm caused by his tenants' dog.
Order of suspension for improperly serving as executor for non-relatives' estates, collecting substantial fees for such service, and failing to properly report the income, in violation of the Code of Judicial Conduct.
Appeal based on a dissent seeking review of the trial court's review and permanency planning order which eliminated reunification.
Whether the trial court abused its discretion in finding that two purchasers, the first of whom purchased a tract of real property at a nonjudicial foreclosure sale and the second of whom purchased the property from the initial purchaser, were not good faith purchasers for value.
Termination of parental rights; whether the district court made adequate findings of fact to support a termination of respondent-father's parental rights under N.C.G.S. 7B-1111(a)(2); whether the district court properly determined that termination of respondent-parents' parental rights under N.C.G.S. 7B-1110(a) was in the best interests of the children.
Whether the trial court violated defendant's due process rights when it failed to hold a second hearing to examine his competency to proceed immediately prior to trial.