Appellate Court Opinions

Slip opinions (court's decision in a case) filed and written by the justices of the Supreme Court or judges of the Court of Appeals

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33,364 Appellate Court Opinions

, Court of Appeals , COA22-641 (Judge Fred Gore) , Unpublished
State v. William Earl Wingate

jury instruction; self-defense; defense of habitation; aggressor doctrine; excessive force; proportionality

, Court of Appeals , COA22-854 (Judge John Arrowood) , Published
Venters v. Lanier

defective notice of appeal; motion to reconsider summary judgment; motion to amend admissions

, Supreme Court , 35PA21 (Justice Richard Dietz) , Published
In re A.J.L.H.

Whether the Court of Appeals erred by vacating the trial court's adjudications orders and remanding with instructions to grant specific visitation criteria.

, Supreme Court , 241A22 (Justice Tamara Barringer) , Published
In re G.C.

Whether the Court of Appeals erred by determining that the trial court's findings of fact did not support its conclusion of law adjudicating a minor a neglected juvenile.

, Supreme Court , 394PA21 (Per Curiam) , Published
Mole' v. City of Durham

Whether the Court of Appeals erred in holding that plaintiff-appellant stated a cognizable claim under Article I, Section 1 of the North Carolina Constitution but failed to state a cognizable claim under Article I, Section 19.

, Supreme Court , 321PA21 (Justice Anita Earls) , Published
Schaeffer v. SingleCare Holdings, LLC

Whether the Due Process Clause permits the trial court to exercise personal jurisdiction over out-of-state corporate and individual defendants based on business-related activities that the defendants conducted in North Carolina.

, Supreme Court , 505PA20 (Justice Anita Earls) , Published
State v. Borum

Whether the Court of Appeals erred in determining that a jury's guilty verdict was ambiguous and whether N.C.G.S. ss 14-17(b)(1) requires a criminal defendant to be sentenced for a Class B2 felony when there is evidence introduced at trial that the defendant engaged in an inherently dangerous act or omission, done in such a reckless and wanton manner as to manifest a mind utterly without regard for human life and social duty and deliberately bent on mischief.

, Supreme Court , 97A20-2 (Justice Phil Berger Jr.) , Published
State v. Campbell

Whether the Court of Appeals erred in holding that there was no error in the trial court's order finding that defendant failed to make a prima facie showing of purposeful discrimination under Batson v. Kentucky.

, Supreme Court , 263PA18-2 (Justice Paul Newby) , Published
State v. Hobbs

Whether the trial court's order on remand finding no Batson violation was clear error.

, Court of Appeals , COA22-746 (Judge Julee Flood) , Published
Bartels v. Franklin Operations, LLC

Interlocutory appeal; substantial right; res judicata; collateral estoppel; burden; inconsistent verdicts; grounds for appellate review; Denney v. Wardson Construction, Inc.

, Court of Appeals , COA22-654 (Judge Michael Stading) , Published
Brosnan v. Cramer

interlocutory, interlocutory appeal, postseparation support, petition for writ of certiorari, subject-matter jurisdiction, statutory interpretation.

, Court of Appeals , COA22-142 (Judge Fred Gore) , Unpublished
Craig v. Town of Huntersville

motion to dismiss; interlocutory; substantial right; sovereign or governmental immunity; road dedication; easement; liability insurance

, Court of Appeals , COA22-627 (Judge John Tyson) , Unpublished
In re A.R., A.R.

Termination of parental rights;
Failure to Make Reasonable Progress;
Challenged Finding of Fact;
Strong Bond with Parent;
Least Restrictive Disposition;