RALEIGH, (SGRToday.com) - North Carolina's second-highest appeals court has released a slate of new opinions ranging from double jeopardy to motor vehicle laws.
The opinions are available at http://appellate.nccourts.org/opinions/.
The cases are:
-- Heaton-Sides v. Snipes, (13-1083)
Foreclosure- lawful possession-destruction of personal property. After being placed in lawful possession, the buyer of a residence at a forelcosure sale may not dispose of personal property in the residence for ten days. Conversion-actual damages-nominal damages. if a plaintiff proves her conversion claim but fails to prove actual damages, she is entitled to nominal damages
-- In re Pace/Dowd Props. Ltd., (13-759)
ad valorem tax assessment
-- Morningstar Marinas/Eaton Ferry, LLC v. Warren Cnty., (13-458)
-- Mandamus; Appeal to County Board of Adjustment
Robinson v. Shanahan, (13-504)
-- Issues heard for first time on appeal.
Spoon v. Spoon, (13-340)
-- Modification of child custody
State v. Alexander, (13-461)
-- Plain view doctrine
State v. Kostick, (13-873)
-- Cherokee Reservation, State Highway Patrol, motor vehicle laws, enforcement, knoll motion
-- State v. McCulloch, (13-472)
Probation Violation; Invalidity of Underlying Conviction;
-- Lack of Jurisdiction State v. Mulder, (13-672)
State v. Sargent, (13-482)
Closing argument; character evidence