The Ethics Committee of the North Carolina Bar has voted to take another significant step toward adding anti-discrimination language to the preamble to the state’s Rules of Professional Conduct, voting on July 23 to send its proposed amendment to the ...Read More »
The Ethics Committee of the North Carolina Bar will livestream one of its regular committee meetings for the first time in its history as it considers three proposals that would potentially add anti-discrimination language to the state’s Rules of Professional Conduct for ...Read More »
GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) — A judge is listening to arguments this week about whether the COVID-19 pandemic demands wholesale changes to North Carolina’s voting systems this fall. U.S. District Judge William Osteen scheduled three days of hearings starting Monday involving ...
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Jury trials in North Carolina are delayed until at least September, and resident superior court judges must develop plans for trials to safely resume, North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Cheri Beasley has announced. Beasley also announced that face masks ...Read More »
RALEIGH (AP) — An inmate at a central North Carolina state prison who tested positive for the coronavirus has died, the Department of Public Safety has announced. The prisoner at the Albemarle Correctional Institution in Stanly County died on July 14 from ...Read More »
ASHEVILLE, N.C. (AP) — Workers have removed a Confederate monument that stands outside a county courthouse in the western North Carolina city of Asheville. The Citizen-Times reports that the monument was taken down Tuesday morning. The monument outside the Buncombe ...
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