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Do-over to fix habitual felon indictment wasn’t prejudicial (access required)

  A judge’s decision to postpone sentencing so prosecutors could correct an error in the indictment they’d planned to use to establish that a defendant was a habitual felon didn’t prejudice the defendant “despite the highly irregular nature of the proceedings and the grossly disproportionate sentence that resulted,” a divided North Carolina Court of Appeals has ...

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