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Criminal Practice – Juvenile – Delinquency Adjudication – Disorderly Conduct & Resisting an Officer – School Cafeteria – Thrown Chair (access required)

Throwing a single chair with no other person nearby and without attempting to hit another person and without hitting even any other item in a school cafeteria is not disorderly conduct as defined by G.S. § 14-288.4(a)(1). We vacate the juvenile’s adjudications and dispositions for disorderly conduct and resisting a public officer. Where the school resource officer ...

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