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335
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Two new Supreme Court members and a new chief justice, added to the current members, give the North Carolina Supreme Court a new look.
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1036
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The Elkin Tribune, Inc. v. Yadkin County Board of County Commissioners case ended with the North Carolina Supreme Court ruling that applications for employment are personnel records and thus confidential.
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Local Government Law Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7830 A15 L6), Vol. Issue 43, July 1992, p1-2, f
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1035
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The News and Observer Publishing Co. v. Poole court case forced the North Carolina Supreme Court to take its first extended look at the public records statute.
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Local Government Law Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7830 A15 L6), Vol. Issue 41, Apr 1992, p1-6, f
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1909
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White examines some of the high points and low points of the North Carolina Supreme Court during its first 175 years, including such issues as free speech, civil rights, and jail conditions.
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3040
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Statistical data for the 1993-94 and 1994-95 terms of the N.C. Supreme Court include number of opinions authored by each justice, actions of individual justices, and working alignments.
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North Carolina Law Review (NoCar K14 0694), Vol. 74 Issue 6, Sept 1996, p1851-1862, il
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4311
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In August 1999, Richmond County native Henry E. Frye was named the first African-American chief justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court. Frye was appointed an associate justice in 1983 by Governor James B. Hunt and was elected to eight-year terms in 1984 and 1992. He was also the first African-American elected to the North Carolina House of Representatives since Reconstruction.
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North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 57 Issue 9, Sept 1999, p75, por
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7438
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Recent rulings by the North Carolina Supreme Court has forced the state to surrender $1.5 billion in realized revenue. The fiscal impact of the rulings is large and comes at a time when the state government is experiencing revenue shortfalls. White examines the following three cases that have had, and will continue to have, a large fiscal impact on North Carolina government:\r\nBAILEY V. NORTH CAROLINA, which concerned taxing of state retirees' pensions; SMITH V. STATE, which canceled the state's intangibles tax and the return of $600 million to taxpayers; and LEANDRO V. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, which stated that every child in North Carolina is entitled to a sound basic education.
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11604
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Following the death of Judge W. J. Adams, Michael Schenck was appointed to fill his position as associate justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court. Sadler recounts interesting events in the judge's life.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 2 Issue 1, June 1934, p9, 22
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18129
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The state has had a number of outstanding jurists. Lawrence calls the roll of some of them and gives some information on the court itself.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 8 Issue 20, Oct 1940, p10, 24
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In August 1999, Henry E. Frye became the first African-American chief justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court. He had served as an associate justice sine 1983. Frye was also the first African-American elected to the North Carolina House of Representatives since Reconstruction. In an interview with Tar Heel Junior Historian, Frye discusses his life and accomplishments.
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