Constitutional – Felony Firearms Act – Summary JudgmentBaysden v. State Where our Court of Appeals held, The trial court erred by granting the state’s summary judgment motion and denying the summary judgment motion filed by plaintiff since he has a right under N.C. Const. art. I, § 30 to possess a firearm despite the prohibition set out in G.S. § 14-415.1, the Court of Appeals’ decision stands without precedential value.
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Published: January 28, 2013
Time posted: 3:12 pm
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