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This article presents the murder case of North Carolina versus Roman. The case was used as a tool for training law enforcers in the art of investigation techniques.
Pioneering in a movement which has long been considered a good idea, the Burlington Police Department has persuaded the Burlington Merchants Association to require thumb prints on the checks of all strangers seeking to cash checks in business establishments.
New regulations pertaining to narcotics have been prescribed into North Carolina state law. Under the new laws, there is a procedure for finding and designating narcotic and narcotic compounds in oral prescriptions.
After unsuccessful attempts in the 1951 and 1953 legislatures, advocates of a medical examiner system for North Carolina have finally succeeded in getting the legislation on the books.
North Carolina's 1955 General Assembly authorized issuance of a summons in lieu of an arrest warrant in certain misdemeanor cases. This procedure is considered a significant advance in state law.
It has recently been recognized that law enforcement benefits from the use of scientific applications. Recently, law enforces of the state of North Carolina has been attempting to persuade the government to make the use of radar devices a standard procedure.