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Policies and rulings on lengthy imprisonment terms in North Carolina.
Information on the policy and history of recording custodial interrogations in North Carolina.
Attorney-client communications federal caselaw and state-specific anecdotal data in North Carolina
Summary of recent discovery reforms adopted by states
North Carolina Criminal Discovery Statute
North Carolina Wake County, In The General Court of Justice Superior Court Division: State of North Carolina v. Taylor
Evidentiary Hearing Volume IV to VI
US District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina Western Division: United States of America v. MacDonald
[Affidavit of Joseph A. Dizinno]
In the General Court of Justice Superior Court Division: State of North Carolina v. Bridges
In The General Court of Justice Superior Court Division: State of North Carolina v. Farrar;
Memorandum of law in support of defendants motion to suppres evidence (wiretap)