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While I was finishing up my post last Wednesday on Senate Bill 682 (the bill implementing the 2018 constitutional amendments expanding ..read more
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Shocking videos on sites like Faceboook Live may dominate the headlines (see examples here and here), but criminal attorneys know that the ..read more
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Suppose I told you that we could categorize defendants into six categories for risk of failure to appear (FTA) in court as required, with ..read more
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North Carolina Criminal Law by Christopher Tyner - 1M ago

At the time of writing Hurricane Dorian was approaching the North Carolina coast and many communities were under evacuation orders.  The ..read more
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This post summarizes decisions published during August 2019 by the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals that are of interest to state ..read more
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Author’s note: Senate Bill 682 was signed by the Governor on September 4, 2019, and was chaptered as S.L. 2019-216. Last week, the ..read more
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This post provides summaries of the opinions of the North Carolina Court of Appeals from September 3, 2019. Trial judge did not abuse ..read more
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North Carolina Criminal Law by Christopher Tyner - 1M ago

Three former Buncombe County officials and one former county employee who previously pleaded guilty to corruption charges were sentenced ..read more
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Under State v. Morgan, a case recently decided by the Supreme Court of North Carolina, a trial judge can’t act on a probation case after ..read more
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The North Carolina Supreme Court held in State v. Terrell, _­_ N.C. __ (Aug. 16, 2019), that a private party’s limited search of a ..read more

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