30,784 Appellate Court Opinions
Appellate jurisdiction; interlocutory appeal; no showing of substantial right
worker's compensation; statute of limitations; relatedness of medical compensation to compensable injury
Workers compensation; point of maximum medical improvement; credibility of witness testimony; disability rating; treating physician
domestic violence protection orders (DVPOs); in loco parentis status of stepparents who seek DVPOs against children under 16
uvenile delinquency and disposition; mental health; N.C. Gen. Stat. s. 7B-2502(c)
implied waiver of spousal elective share; admission of testimony in probate proceeding in superior court; N.C. Gen. Stat. ? 30-3.1; N.C. Gen. Stat. ? 30-3.6; N.C. Gen. Stat. ? 1 301.3(d)
property tax commission; builder's exemption; ownership; land installment contract; N.C.G.S. 105.282.1(b); N.C.G.S. 105-277.02
abuse of process; malicious prosecution; summary judgment; judgment on the pleadings; claim first raised on appeal
trial court correctly granted SJ in favor of defendants on plaintiff's fraudulent transfer claim
child custody; international; undocumented immigrant; visitation; N.C.G.S. 50-13.2
Summary Judgment; Medical Malpractice; Proximate Causation
Negligence, Summary Judgment, Open and Obvious, Contributory Negligence
Foreign-Country Money Judgment, Motion to Recognize
summary judgment; contributory negligence; reasonably prudent person
Jury Instruction; Improper Expression of Opinion
Motion to Dismiss; Jury Instructions; Plain Error; Doctrine of Recent Possession; Felonious Possession of Stolen Goods; Lesser-included Offense; and Restitution.
Error Preservation; Civil Judgment for Criminal Attorneys' Fees.
Motion to dismiss for insufficient evidence; admission of photographs and telephone recording; Rule 403; Rule 901
motion to dismiss; sufficiency of the evidence; obtaining property by false pretenses; acting in concert; constructive presence; hearsay; preservation; error in jury instruction; specific misrepresentation alleged in indictment
Remand for additional issues; jury instruction; plain error; Rule 2; exemption from statute; prejudice for new trial.