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30017
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This memorandum summarizes acts of the 1977 North Carolina General Assembly that affect magistrates. The acts pertain to magistrate salaries and qualifications, small claims procedure, revolving charge account security interests, summary ejectment, actions to enforce motor vehicle mechanic and storage liens, involuntary commitment, and miscellaneous civil duties.
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30016
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This is the first in a series of memoranda summarizing acts of the 1977 North Carolina General Assembly that affect criminal law and procedure. Two of the most important motor vehicle law changes are included, as well as several matters concerning jails and prisons.
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Administration of Justice Memorandum (NoCar KFN 7908 .A15 U6), Vol. Issue 4, Aug 1977, p1-23, f
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30018
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This is the second in a series of memoranda summarizing acts of the 1977 North Carolina General Assembly that affect criminal law and procedure. Discussion focuses on legislation relating to new crimes, punishment, probation, restitution, and youthful offenders.
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30002
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The 1979 Session passed a bill that requires a person convicted of driving under the influence to complete an alcohol or drug education traffic school. This memorandum summarizes the legislation and discusses some of the changes that could cause problems as judges and others begin to apply the statutes.
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29997
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The 1979 General Assembly emphasized on a clean-up of existing law and the passage of a few pieces of legislation designed to remedy recurring problems. The laws pertain to probation, parole, and adult correction procedures.
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29999
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This is the second in a series of memoranda summarizing acts of the 1979 General Assembly affecting criminal law and procedure. This publication concerns acts that go into effect on or after October 1, 1979.
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29995
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This memorandum summarizes the acts of the 1979 session of the General Assembly that affect criminal law and procedure. The acts which are discussed go into effect by October 1, 1979.
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29996
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This memorandum discusses legislation about subjects other than criminal law enacted by the 1979 General Assembly that affect magistrates. In general, the subjects pertain to magistrate salaries and qualifications, jurisdiction and fees, consumer contracts, summary ejectment, and involuntary commitment.
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Administration of Justice Memorandum (NoCar KFN 7908 .A15 U6), Vol. Issue 9, Aug 1979, p1-12, f
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29961
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In 1981 the General Assembly passed a bill that will affect the salaries of many magistrates, as well as jurisdiction and costs, trial and appellate procedures. This memorandum discusses those changes and reviews recent cases.
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Administration of Justice Memorandum (NoCar KFN 7908 .A15 U6), Vol. Issue 5, Aug 1981, p1-13, f
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29962
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This memorandum summarizes acts of the 1981 General Assembly affecting criminal law and procedure. For each ratified bill discussed, references are given to the chapter of the 1981 Session Laws for that ratified bill.
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29947
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This memorandum summarizes acts of the 1983 General Assembly affecting criminal law and procedure. The acts pertain to laws for drugs, children, jail escape, driving while impaired, mental health, criminal procedures and evidence.
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29948
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This memorandum summarizes legislation that affects the civil duties of magistrates and is of general interest to them. Three important bills are discussed, which change the law of summary ejectment procedure and involuntary commitment.
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20391
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This memorandum will summarize acts of the 1985 NC General Assembly affecting criminal law and procedure. Each new law discussed is referred to by the 1985 Session Laws chapter of the ratified act and by the number of the original bill that became law--for example Ch. 764 (H 533).
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20390
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This memorandum will discuss legislation enacted by the 1985 NC General Assembly that is of general interest to magistrates and affects small-claims trials and miscellaneous functions of magistrates.
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20394
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An infraction is a noncriminal violation of law not punishable by imprisonment. Unless otherwise provided by law, the person committing the infraction faces a penalty of not more than $100. This memorandum will discuss the effects of the infractions law on the procedures used by criminal justice officials, provide a list of infractions, and discuss a significant new driver's license revocation made applicable to all motor vehicle offenses by the infractions legislation.
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