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Criminal Practice  –  Breaking or Entering – Indictment Amendment – Address – Evidence – Lay Testimony – Surveillance Video (access required)

Defendant was charged with breaking or entering pursuant to G.S. § 14-54(a), under which an indictment must identify the building (here, Char’s Hamburgers) with reasonable particularity so as to enable the defendant to prepare his defense. Although the trial court allowed the state to change the street name in the address set out in the ...

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