Greensboro criminal attorneys review new case from the Court of Appeals.
State v. Brice, __N.C. App ___, rejected the prosecution’s argument that an indictment was not ineffective when it listed both the larceny charge and the habitual charge; it must be separate indictments.
Close inspection of all details of prosecution documents is essential to an individuals defense. No avenue must be left unexplored, as this case clearly shows us.
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