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State v. Steele: What is a Law Enforcement Show of Authority?

“The issue in this case is whether a driver is ‘seized’ within the meaning of the Fourth Amendment when he is tailed by a marked police cruiser down empty streets at 3 a.m., followed into an empty parking lot, and then hailed down by the office… Read More
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NC Court of Appeals Rules in favor of Attorney Paul Smith’s client, finds officers violated Fourth Amendment during warrant execution

This morning, the North Carolina Court of Appeals issued a decision in favor of Patterson Harkavy attorney Paul Smith’s client. In State v. Tripp, the Court held that the trial court erred in denying a motion to suppress evidence uncovered while ex… Read More
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NC Court of Appeals rules in favor of Patterson Harkavy's client in wrongful conviction insurance dispute

The North Carolina Court of Appeals issued a unanimous opinion in favor of Patterson Harkavy’s wrongful conviction client Willie Grimes in an insurance dispute. Mr. Grimes served 24 years in prison for a crime he did not commit. Patterson Harka… Read More
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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 A… Read More
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NC Court of Appeals rules in favor of Narendra's client in personal injury discovery dispute

Yesterday, the North Carolina Court of Appeals ruled in favor of Patterson Harkavy attorney Narendra Ghosh’s clients. In Saunders v. Hull Property Group, LLC et al., a unanimous panel of the court affirmed an order compelling the defendant to d… Read More
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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… Read More
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Victory: Court of Appeals finds tenure repeal unconstitutional

Earlier this week, the North Carolina Court of Appeals ruled in favor of Patterson Harkavy’s clients, finding that the state’s 2013 repeal of teacher tenure violated the North Carolina Constitution and the United States Constitution. For over for… Read More
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Court of Appeals rules in favor of Narendra's client, vacating criminal conviction

Yesterday, the North Carolina Court of Appeals issued a published opinion in favor of Narendra Ghosh’s client Kenneth Leak. The Court vacated Mr. Leak’s conviction for possession of a firearm by a felon, finding that it was obtained in a… Read More
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Narendra appears before the Court of Appeals, arguing tenure repeal unconstitutional

Yesterday, Patterson Harkavy attorney Narendra Ghosh appeared before the North Carolina Court of Appeals, arguing that the General Assembly’s 2013 repeal of teacher tenure violated teachers’ rights under the North Carolina Constitution an… Read More
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Court of Appeals sides with Patterson Harkavy in Workers’ Compensation dispute

In Cole v. United Parcel Service, Inc., the Court of Appeals ruled in favor of Patterson Harkavy’s client, Plaintiff Joel Cole. Mr. Cole suffered severe injuries to his back in the course of his employment with the Defendant, and filed a Workers’… Read More
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