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Nothing personal (access required)

If Mecklenburg County inmates want to enjoy being up close and personal with their loved ones, it appears that they are going to have to stop coming to jail. For some time, the county’s two jails have used video technology ...

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Principle of the matter (access required)

The North Carolina Court of Appeals has issued a correction involving a “principle” versus “principal” mix-up in an opinion. The second paragraph on the 12th page of Beroth Oil Co. v. NCDOT originally stated: “As a general principal, ‘there is ...

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Two folders, one choice (access required)

The ousted director and CEO of a now-defunct gym in Mecklenburg County called Pure Body alleges that a member of the company’s board of directors — who happens to be a retired Army colonel — forced him to resign by ...

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InfiLow (access required)

Things just ain’t looking good for the folks at InfiLaw, the consortium of for-profit law schools you may have read about or seen in the news. First, the Charlotte School of Law was shut down in August, the bases for ...

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