Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Popular Government Vol. 44 Issue 2, Fall 1978
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North Carolina newspapermen are no strangers to issues regarding confidential sources, but the status of a reporter who refuses to testify in an effort to protect his sources is far from clear.
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.
Lassiter discusses the federal and North Carolina state laws that pertain to the issues of libel.