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Criminal Practice – Satellite-Based Monitoring – Sex Offender – Civil Sanction

State v. Morrow. (Lawyers Weekly No. 10-06-0980, 1 p.) (Per Curiam) (Sarah Parker, Ch.J., Patricia Timmons-Goodson & Robin E. Hudson, JJ., dissenting) Appealed from Mecklenburg County Superior Court. (Beverly T. Beal, J.) On appeal from the N.C. Court of Appeals. N.C. S. Ct. Click here for the full text of the opinion.

Holding: For the reasons stated in State v. Bowditch, we affirm the Court of Appeals’ ruling that satellite-based monitoring is a civil sanction.

Chief Justice Parker and Justices Timmons-Goodson and Hudson dissent for the reasons stated in their dissenting opinion in Bowditch.


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