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North Carolina

Entertainment & Sports Law

Suit by former UNC athletes claims substandard classes amounted to breach of contract

Criminal Justice

Appeals court OKs dropped cigarette-butt evidence in slaying at lawyer’s home

Animal Law

New Year’s Eve possum drop will go on without the marsupial; PETA says animal has no right to work

Privacy Law

Judge unseals cellphone surveillance orders; deputy DA has ‘fervent hope’ convictions will stand

Criminal Justice

Alibi clears man arrested in courthouse shooting; two others arrested

Criminal Justice

Ex-con is arrested in North Carolina courthouse shooting; his cousin says cops got the wrong guy

Criminal Justice

Man who died after driving flaming truck into law firm had dated one of its clients

Law Firms

Man dies after lighting truck on fire and driving it into law firm

Media & Communications Law

Court announces total photo ban after earlier rule is flouted by multiple media outlets

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court reinstates another election law challenged for impact on black voters

Criminal Justice

Apparent wrong-number texts, phone messages from Wal-Mart spark man’s confession to long-ago slaying


Lawyer is jobless and sleeping in his car after losing suit seeking OT for document review

Real Estate & Property Law

Owner of nearly completed home, challenged as too modern, wins in court

Criminal Justice

After 30 years in prison, two inmates win their freedom in 1983 rape and murder

Criminal Justice

Convicted ‘Fatal Vision’ doctor loses retrial bid; judge discounts woman’s supposed confessions

Real Estate & Property Law

Architect’s home sits empty after unhappy neighbor wins reversal of building approval

Election Law

Does voter ID law violate 26th Amendment by suppressing youth vote? 7 college students bring suit

Disability Law

EEOC case alleging ADA violations against Womble Carlyle nixed by federal judge

Legal Ethics

Internet ad for ‘Jacksonville’s best auto injury attorney’ brings reprimand


Lawyer retires after nearly 65 years of law practice