3 weeks ago
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NC court system launches online service for speeding tickets

There's now a new way to pay speeding tickets, without ever setting foot inside a courtroom. The NC court system just launched a new online service pilot program.
6 months ago
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Man charged with killing 7 in South Carolina pleads guilty

A man who admitted killing seven people over nearly 13 years in South Carolina while running a successful real estate business has pleaded guilty to seven counts of murder and a number of other charges.
9 months ago
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New York, North Carolina: When should teen be tried as adult

New York and North Carolina are the last states that still prosecute all 16- and 17-year-olds as adults in criminal court, but changes may be coming.
11 months ago
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Chief justice wants response to redistricting delay request

U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts wants to hear from voters whose lawsuit led to overturning nearly 30 North Carolina state legislative districts before deciding whether to block an order that demands new boundaries quickly and a special election this fall.
12 months ago
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The Latest: Dylann Roof says he couldn’t look at victims’ families

Dylann Roof told FBI agents questioning him after nine black people were killed in a Charleston church that he could never tell their families he killed them because of their race.
1 year ago
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Guardians of the Children gives voice to children in need

Officials say nearly four million child abuse cases are reported each year.
1 year ago
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New Hanover County to begin misdemeanor diversion program

North Caroina is the last state in the country that continues to prosecute all 16 and 17 year olds charged with criminal offenses in the adult criminal justice system, that's according to a release from New Hanover County officials.
1 year ago
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NC panel approves post-conviction evidence rule

A North Carolina State Bar panel has approved a rule requiring prosecutors to disclose evidence of innocence obtained after a conviction.
1 year ago
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Judge in Stanford rape case asks for move to civil cases

A court says a California judge who was criticized for ordering a lenient six-month jail sentence in a rape case against a former Stanford University swimmer will no longer hear criminal matters by his own request.
1 year ago
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NC man sent to prison, bilked foreign-currency investors

A federal judge is sending a North Carolina man to prison for more than 11 years after he operated a multi-million-dollar Ponzi scheme that swindled elderly investors.