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20133
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This bulletin discusses cases of February 9, March 8, April 4, and May 10, 1996 from the NC Supreme Court; cases of February 6, February 20, March 5, March 19, April 16, May 7, and May 21, 1996 from the NC Court of Appeals; and a case of April, 6, 1996 from the US Supreme Court.
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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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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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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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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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20393
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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. 841 (S 438). The effective date of each new law is also given.
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20395
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This memorandum will summarize acts of the 1987 NC General Assembly affecting criminal law and procedure. Each new law discussed is referred to by the 1987 Session Laws chapter of the ratified act and by the number of the original bill that became law--for example Ch. 693 (H541). The effective date of each new law is also given.
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20397
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This memorandum will discuss acts of the 1988 NC General Assembly affecting criminal law and procedure. Each new law discussed is referred to by the 1988 Session Laws chapter of the ratified act and by the number of the original bill that became law--for example Ch. 1040 (S 1837). The effective date of each new law is also given.
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20398
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This memorandum will summarize acts of the 1989 NC General Assembly affecting criminal law and procedure. Each new law discussed is referred to by the 1989 Session Laws chapter of the ratified act and by the number of the original bill that became law--for example Ch. 890 (H 275). The effective date of each new law is also given.
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20399
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This memorandum will summarize acts of the 1990 NC General Assembly affecting criminal law and procedure. Each new law discussed is referred to by the 1990 Session Laws chapter of the ratified act and by the number of the original bill that became law--for example Ch. 1039 (H 2375). The effective date of each new law is also given.
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20076
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This memorandum discusses legislation affecting criminal law and procedure that was passed by the North Carolina General Assembly in 1993, except for acts concerning structured sentencing and offense classification which were discussed in a previous publication.
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20113
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This memorandum discusses acts of the 1994 regular session of the North Carolina General Assembly that affect criminal law and procedure. Items covered are criminal law changes, structured sentencing act changes, and motor vehicle law changes.
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