17,209 Appellate Court Opinions
Reverse and remand ALJ decision Respondent North Carolina Highway Patrol had just cause to terminate Petitioner Trooper for alleged violations of Respondent's policy; analysis of Wetherington factors under Warren framework.
deed of trust reformation, motion for summary judgment, motion to intervene, Statute of Frauds
Waiver of constitutionally protected parental status issue on appeal.
Adjudication order; neglect; findings of fact domestic violence; substantial risk of harm
Juvenile; permanency planning order; statutory findings; grant of guardianship
Industrial Commission, motion for summary judgment, interlocutory appeal.
responsible individuals list; child abuse; sufficient findings of fact
Choice of law, contract, nonresident defendant, personal jurisdiction, remote work, specific jurisdiction, telework
issue is whether the trial court erred in sentencing juvenile defendant to LWOP and whether the sentence was constitutional
Motion to suppress; order entered out of term
issues include whether trial court committed plain error by failing to strike inadmissible polygraph testimony or give a curative instruction directing jury to disregard the same, or both; and whether defendant was denied effective assistance of counsel
sufficiency of indictment to confer subject-matter jurisdiction on trial court; using initials to name victim in indictment charging sex offense; motion for appropriate relief
post-conviction DNA testing; N.C. Gen. Stat. § 15A-269(c)
Plea colloquy; probationary status; and N.C. Gen. Stat. § 15A-1022.1(e).
Modification of probation; special conditions of probation; Anders brief; dismiss.
issues include whether trial court's findings of fact are supported by competent evidence; whether the court properly weighed mitigating evidence; whether the court applied the correct legal standard in imposing two consecutive LWOP sentences; and whether said sentences are constitutional
attorney?s fees; N.C. Gen. Stat. § 75-16.1
standing of relative to seek child custody; trial court erred in granting motion to dismiss for lack of standing under Rule 12(b)(6) where allegations in complaint and evidence submitted in support thereof showed that parents were unfit and had acted inconsistently with their constitutionally protected status as parents