NC Court of Appeals rules in favor of Narendra’s client in criminal appeal

This morning, the North Carolina Court of Appeals issued a unanimous decision in favor of Patterson Harkavy attorney Narendra Ghosh’s client. In State v. Jaimes, the Court held that a trial court erred in permitting the State to amend a criminal indictment to change the name of the alleged victim from “Hernandez Jr.” to “Hernandez Sr.”  The

NC Court of Appeals rules in favor of Paul’s client, finds police officers violated Fourth Amendment

Yesterday, the North Carolina Court of Appeals published an opinion finding in favor of Patterson Harkavy attorney Paul Smith’s client. In North Carolina v. Stanley, a unanimous panel of the court held that police officers violated the Fourth Amendment when they knocked on a home’s back door without a warrant.   Police officers who do not have

NC Court of Appeals rules in favor of Paul’s client in criminal appeal

The North Carolina Court of Appeals published an opinion finding in favor of Patterson Harkavy attorney Paul Smith’s client. In North Carolina v. Everrette, a unanimous panel of the court vacated a criminal judgment for obtaining property by false pretenses against Paul’s client.  The Court concluded that the indictments in the case failed to describe

NC Court of Appeals rules in favor of Narendra’s clients in criminal appeal, wrongful death appeal

On Tuesday, the North Carolina Court of Appeals published two opinions finding in favor of Patterson Harkavy attorney Narendra Ghosh’s clients. In Haarhuis v. Cheek, a unanimous panel of the court affirmed a $4.25 million jury verdict in favor of the estate of a woman killed by a drunk driver.  On appeal, the defendant argued that

Narendra Ghosh argues criminal appeal before the Supreme Court of North Carolina

This morning, Patterson Harkavy attorney Narendra Ghosh appeared before the Supreme Court of North Carolina on behalf of his client Kenneth Leak.  Narendra argued that Mr. Leak’s conviction for possession of a firearm by a felon was obtained in a manner that violated the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution. Mr. Leak had been approached by a police