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for Popular Government Vol. 54 Issue 2, Fall 1988
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The state and local boards of elections and district attorneys have been granted the special powers to investigate election-law violations and to prosecute or otherwise deal with these violations.
North Carolina uses two methods for providing legal representation for those who can't afford it: private attorneys who are paid by the state on a case basis, and public defenders who are on the state payroll. However, the lack of a centralized authority has made this system inadequate in the areas of planning and administrating.