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Criminal Practice – Indictment – Larceny – Victim Identification – Store (access required)

State v. Brawley (Lawyers Weekly No. 011-313-17, 13 pp.) (Chris Dillon, J.) (John Arrowood, J., dissenting) Appealed from Rowan County Superior Court (Christopher Bragg, J.) N.C. App. Holding: Although the larceny indictment in this case specifically said the victim was “an entity capable of owning property,” since the victim was named only as “Belk’s Department Stores” ...

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