Appellate Court Opinions

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14,673 Appellate Court Opinions

, Court of Appeals , COA21-156 (Judge Donna Stroud) , Published
Cash v. Cash

modification of child custody; best interest of the child; misapprehension of the law

, Court of Appeals , COA21-556 (Judge Allegra Collins) , Published
In re: Gerringer

Estates; spousal elective share; property held as joint tenants with right of survivorship; superior court's review on appeal

, Court of Appeals , COA21-544 (Judge Fred Gore) , Published
In re: L.M.B.

termination of parental rights; failure to pay a reasonable portion of the cost of care; ?in-kind? contributions; N.C. R. Civ. P. 63; substitute judge

, Court of Appeals , COA21-796 (Judge April Wood) , Published
In re: R.J.P.

Juvenile; Guardianship; Visitation Rights; Visitation Plan; Finding of Fact; Conclusion of Law; De Novo; Permanent Plan; Best Interest; N.C. Gen. Stat. § 7B-905.1(a).

, Court of Appeals , COA21-468 (Judge Allegra Collins) , Published
Jain v. Jain

Child support, N.C. Gen. Stat. 50-13.4; trial court's findings of fact did not support finding of minor child's reasonable needs or award of permanent child support.

, Court of Appeals , COA21-484 (Judge Fred Gore) , Published
K&S Res., LLC v. Gilmore

summary judgment; statute of limitations; renewal of amended judgment; N.C. R. Civ. P. 52(b); N.C. R. Civ. P. 59(e); statutory tolling provisions

, Court of Appeals , COA21-425 (Judge John Arrowood) , Published
Shebalin v. Shebalin

order for appointment of parenting coordinator; interlocutory; sanctions

, Court of Appeals , COA21-332 (Judge Jeff Carpenter) , Published
Shropshire v. Shropshire

Equitable distribution; divisible property; reopening of evidence sua sponte; insufficient findings of fact; no abuse of discretion.

, Court of Appeals , COA21-558 (Judge John Tyson) , Published
Singleton . v. NC Dep't of Health and Human Serv.s.

NC Gen Stat 131E-175
Certificate of need
Exhaustion of remedies
Administrative procedure act
Declaratory judgment
As applied challenge
Failure to exhaust remedies
Substantive due process
Procedural due process

, Court of Appeals , COA21-225 (Judge Allegra Collins) , Published
State of N.C. v. The Chemours Co. FC, LLC

Motion to intervene, N.C. Rule of Civil Procedure 24, trial court did not abuse its discretion by denying motion to intervene as untimely.

, Court of Appeals , COA18-1118-3 (Judge Donna Stroud) , Published
State v. Anthony

satellite-based monitoring; aggravated offense

, Court of Appeals , COA21-635 (Judge John Arrowood) , Published
State v. Cholon

MAR; ineffective assistance of counsel; Harbison violation

, Court of Appeals , COA21-663 (Judge Allegra Collins) , Published
State v. Grimes

motion to dismiss; sufficiency of the evidence; specific intent; kidnapping; jury instructions; no plain error; assault on a female; N.C. R. App. P. 2

, Court of Appeals , COA21-358 (Judge Hunter Murphy) , Published
State v. Sanders

In rem jurisdiction; Civil forfeiture; Criminal forfeiture.

, Court of Appeals , COA20-250 (Judge Hunter Murphy) , Published
State v. Wright

Sufficiency of indictment, failure to notify the last registering sheriff of a change of address, jury instructions, plain error, motion to dismiss, right to allocution, attorney fees, entry of order.

, Supreme Court , 359A20 (Justice Anita Earls) , Published
Bartley v. City of High Point

Whether the Court of Appeals properly affirmed the trial court's partial denial of defendant's motion for summary judgment as to the claims against him in his individual capacity, finding genuine issues of material fact exist concerning whether defendant acted with malice when arresting plaintiff, thereby overcoming the presumption of public official immunity that would otherwise bar such claims against defendant.

, Supreme Court , 214A21 (Justice Robin Hudson) , Published
Belmont Ass'n v. Farwig

Whether the Court of Appeals erred in interpreting provisions of N.C.G.S. 22B-20 and affirming the trial court's grant of summary judgment on that basis.