An old-school case foiled a bumbling new-school burglar who tried to use his poor decision-making skills as an excuse to get out of a conviction.Read More »
The word ‘crisis’ has become ubiquitous in news stories about unpaid student loans, which now total an estimated $1.2 trillion. But the North Carolina Court of Appeals has introduced a new term into the student loan lexicon: marital debt.Read More »
Employers can pay medical benefits payments to injured employees for more than 90 days without triggering an admission of liability, the North Carolina Court of Appeals ruled in a May 19 unpublished opinion. The court said that the state’s Industrial ...
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