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A recent publication from the UNC School of Government entitled, Raising Issues of Race in North Carolina Criminal Cases, is a manual designed to help defense attorneys, judges, and prosecutors identify meritorious claims of racial bias. The manual includes information, techniques, and resources for distinguishing such claims.
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Judge William L. Osteen Jr., son of former judge William L. Osteen Sr., became federal district judge for the Middle District of North Carolina in 2007. This article serves as a biography for Judge Osteen Jr. and highlights the work he has done throughout his career.
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North Carolina State Bar Journal (NoCar KF 200 N67), Vol. 20 Issue 2, Summer 2015, p32-34, il, por, f
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Judge William L. Osteen Jr., son of former judge William L. Osteen Sr., became federal district judge for the Middle District of North Carolina in 2007. This article serves as a biography for Judge Osteen Jr. and highlights the work he has done throughout his career.
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North Carolina State Bar Journal (NoCar KF 200 N67), Vol. 20 Issue 2, Summer 2015, p32-34, il, por, f
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Students in North Carolina's Schools of Law take courses in and practice Pro Bono work during their professional lives. The author explains the benefits of Pro Bono work for both lawyers and the state.
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Some were real life converted to reel life, such as Philadelphia (1993) and A Time to Kill (1996). Others were based on novels: Inherit the Wind (1958) and To Kill a Mockingbird (1962). The remaining six were also fictitious accounts of the justice system. Whatever the plot’s source, they offered insightful and entertaining portrayals of life from both sides of the counsellor’s table.