29,279 Appellate Court Opinions
sex offenses; satellite-based monitoring; restitution; closing argument; grossly improper; ineffective assistance of counsel; prejudice; ex mero motu; relevance; evidence; manifest injustive; Rule 2
assault; assault with deadly weapon; jury instruction; plain error; pattern jury instruction; bodily injury; offensive conduct; death; serious bodily injury; reasonable belief; self-defense
Altering court documents or entering unauthorized judgments; Access of a government computer to defraud; Variance between indictment and proof.
robbery; conspiracy; second degree kidnapping; motion to suppress; ineffective assistance of counsel; fourth amendment; warrant; probable cause
Character evidence, motive, prior incarceration, plain error, ineffective assistance of counsel
preservation for issue, motion to dismiss
Assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury; plain error; voluntary intoxication instruction; specific intent to kill
Automobile negligence; medical liens; fair medical billing statute; effect of failing to bill patient's health insurer on recovery of medical charges through patient's tort judgment
Summary ejectment; HUD regulations; Unfair or deceptive trade practice
Whether the State presented sufficient evidence to survive defendant's motions to dismiss a charge of maintaining a vehicle for the purpose of keeping or selling a controlled substance.
Appeal from conviction for second-degree murder; whether the evidence, although conflicting, was sufficient to satisfy defendant's burden to submit the issue of self-defense to the jury; whether the trial court erred in not submitting the instruction.
Appeal from order and opinion of N.C. Business Court dismissing plaintiffs' complaint for antitrust and related violations because of plaintiffs' failure to properly plead that defendants have market power within the relevant market.
Appeal from orders and opinions of N.C. Business Court dismissing plaintiffs' complaint for antitrust and related violations because of plaintiffs' failure to properly plead that defendants have market power within the relevant market.
Dispute between a municipality and property owners over the Town's taking of a temporary easement in privately owned oceanfront property for a beach nourishment project; amount of compensation due the property owners; expert testimony on value of the interest taken; whether sufficient evidence supported the jury's determination of the amount to be awarded the property owners.
Workers? compensation, witness testimony, impermissibly disregarded, sufficiency of the evidence, credibility