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5905
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McCloskey examines legal cases in North Carolina \"involving employment policy manuals, and the failure of the courts to apply well-established principles of contract law in further analyses of these cases.\"
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North Carolina Central Law Journal (NoCar KF 292 N64 A7x), Vol. 25 Issue 2, 2003, p163-181, f
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5559
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State child support laws are a combination of judicial interpretation, federal legislation, and state mandates. However, some issues, including grounds in seeking a reduction of a child support award, remain unresolved.
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5705
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Because it is the most important process in identifying issues and facts in a case, effective pre-trial deposition taking is a critical device in making trials a fair contest.
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North Carolina Central Law Journal (NoCar KF 292 N64 A7x), Vol. 21 Issue 2, 1995, p215-255
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5706
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In 1990, courts in the state approved the use of DNA profiling, or matching a criminal suspect''s DNA with crime scene evidence. While accepted by many, some still question the procedure''s validity.
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North Carolina Central Law Journal (NoCar KF 292 N64 A7x), Vol. 21 Issue 2, 1995, p300-318
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5704
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Researching federal law, general statutes for states, and case law can be facilitated by learning an organized system for using the material.
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6168
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Such North Carolina legislation as the Residential Rental Agreement Act of 1977 has expanded tenant rights beyond the standard lease agreement.
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6170
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Because it is the most important process in identifying issues and facts in a case, effective pre-trial deposition taking is a critical device in making trials a fair contest.
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North Carolina Central Law Journal (NoCar KF 292 N64 A7x), Vol. 21 Issue 2, 1995, p215-255
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6171
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In 1990, courts in the state approved the use of DNA profiling, or matching a criminal suspect's DNA with crime scene evidence. While accepted by many, some still question the procedure's validity.
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North Carolina Central Law Journal (NoCar KF 292 N64 A7x), Vol. 21 Issue 2, 1995, p300-318
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6169
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Researching federal law, general statutes for states, and case law can be facilitated by learning an organized system for using the material.
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