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18340
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A complex relationship between federal and state regulations governs access to records of a person's criminal history. North Carolina law makes a great many records open to the public.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 44 Issue 2, Fall 1978, p27-29
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20006
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The 1977 North Carolina General Assembly rewrote the speedy-trial provisions to require the trial of criminal cases within 120 days, effective on October 1, 1978, and within 90 days, effective October 1, 1980. Farb discusses the new law and how the 120-day limitation will work. The entire law, including the 1978 amendments, appears at the end of the memorandum.
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20015
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This bulletin discusses selected cases of the United States Supreme Court, North Carolina Supreme Court, and North Carolina Court of Appeals that were decided during the period from August 3, 2004-January 4, 2005. Among the cases were issues of the Fourth Amendment (U.S. Supreme Court), evidence and capital case issues (NC Supreme Court) and criminal law and procedures (NC Court of Appeals).
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20022
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This bulletin supplements the Institute of Government, North Carolina Crimes: A Guidebook on the Elements of Crime (Fifth Edition 2001). It includes new legislation and case law through December 6, 2005, and makes other changes. This bulletin replaces all prior supplements published under the Administration of Justice Bulletin series and carries forward relevant information in prior bulletins.
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20017
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This bulletin discusses selected cases of the United States Supreme Court, North Carolina Supreme Court, and North Carolina Court of Appeals that were decided during the period from August 3, 2004-January 4, 2005. Among the cases were issues of the Fourth Amendment (U.S. Supreme Court), sentencing (NC Supreme Court) and evidence and evidence and arrest, search, and confession issues (NC Court of Appeals).
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20029
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This bulletin supplements ARREST, SEARCH, AND INVESTIGATION IN NORTH CAROLINA (3d ed. 2003). It included legislation and case law through December 2006 and makes other changes.
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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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20074
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This memorandum discusses cases July 30 and September 10, 1993 from the North Carolina Supreme Court, and cases of July 20, August 3, 17, and September 7, 1993 from the North Carolina Court of Appeals. Among the cases were issues of reasonable doubt jury instruction and search and seizure and confessions.
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20086
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This memorandum discusses cases of October 8 and November 5, 1993 (there were no significant cases on December 3, 1993) from the NC Supreme Court and cases of October 5, October 19, November 2, November 16, and December 7, 1993 from the NC Court of Appeals.
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20090
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This memorandum discusses United States Supreme Court cases from December 13, 1993 through March 22, 1994, cases of January 28, March 4, and April 8, 1994 from the North Carolina Supreme Court, and cases of December 21, 1993, January 4, 18, February 1, 15, and April 5, 1994 from the North Carolina Court of Appeals.
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20104
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This memorandum discusses United States Supreme Court cases from April 19, 1994 through June 17, 1994, cases of May 6 and June 27, 1994, from the North Carolina Supreme Court, and cases of April 19, May 3, May 17, June 7, June 21, and July 5, 1994, from the North Carolina Court of Appeals. Among the cases were Miranda issues, capital case issues, and arrest and search issues.
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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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20114
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This memorandum discusses cases July 29 and September 9, 1994 from the North Carolina Supreme Court, and cases of July 19, August 2, 16, and September 6, and September 20, 1994 from the North Carolina Court of Appeals.
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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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20129
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This bulletin discusses cases of July 28, September 8, and October 6, 1995 from the NC Supreme Court; cases of July 17, August 1, August 15, September 5, September 19, October 3, and October 17, 1995, from the NC Court of Appeals, and a case of October 10, 1995, from the US Supreme Court.
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