GREENSBORO (AP) Democrats and advocacy groups say they have the individuals and data necessary to satisfy a U.S. Supreme Court directive and show nearly all of North Carolina’s congressional districts are illegal partisan gerrymanders. A panel of judges asked lawyers ...Read More »
RALEIGH (AP) Gov. Roy Cooper wants a longtime state judge to serve on the North Carolina Industrial Commission after the General Assembly rejected a previous nominee. Cooper announced July 27 that Judge Robby Hassell of Greensboro is his choice for the ...Read More »
RALEIGH (AP) North Carolina’s highest court is deciding whether a clean-energy advocacy group illegally sold solar power to a church as part of its plan to undercut the monopoly of the state’s electric utilities. The state Supreme Court listened April 17 ...Read More »
RALEIGH (AP) A North Carolina law that canceled primary elections this year for state judges of all kinds is back in court. Three judges of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia, scheduled oral arguments March 20 between ...Read More »
City of Greensboro v. Guilford County Board of Elections (Lawyers Weekly No. 15-03-0779, 21 pp.) (Catherine Eagles, J.) 1:15-cv-00559; M.D.N.C. Holding: Plaintiffs have shown a likelihood of success on their claim that Session Law 2015-138 violates Greensboro voters’ equal protection ...
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GREENSBORO (AP) — A South Carolina man accused of killing a North Carolina girl nearly 15 years ago is being sent for a mental evaluation. The Greensboro News-Record reported that 53-year-old Donald Preston Ferguson of Spartanburg, South Carolina, is being ...Read More »
This case involved allegations of negligent security against a Greensboro apartment complex. In November 2006, an intruder allegedly entered the home of the mother and her three children, including two daughters, ages 11 and 16, and a son, age 6. ...Read More »