Sbi Audit Findings Key to Appeal in High-profile Murder Case

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When a reporter from North Carolina’s WRAL-TV sat down with Daniel Green in 1998, five years had passed since authorities had found the body of basketball superstar Michael Jordan’s father, and three years had passed since Green and another man were convicted of the crime. In that interview, Green flatly stated that he did not
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Costa Concordia Employees Guilty of Multiple Manslaughter

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In the first round of criminal actions connected to the Costa Concordia disaster last year, five employees of the Costa Crociere SpA cruise line have pleaded guilty in an Italian court to multiple manslaughter and negligence. The defendants received sentences of varying length, none shorter than three years. More than 4,000 people were aboard the
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When Faith Healing Fails, Parents Face Wrath of Courts Instead P2

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What’s the old saying? Never talk religion or politics at the dinner table? A case, not from North Carolina, may inspire a quick tweak to the rule: Never talk religion and the justice system at the dinner table. For the members of one couple’s community, though, that will be nigh onto impossible. The couple belongs
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When Faith Healing Fails, Parents Face Wrath of Courts Instead

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The parents of an 8-month-old prayed for their child when he was suffering from pneumonia, but their prayers were not answered. A few months after his death, the couple is now praying that they can return to their other children and continue to live according to their religious beliefs. Prosecutors are hoping for a different
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House Committee Advances Bill to Repeal Racial Justice Act

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The North Carolina House of Representatives is just one vote away from repealing the Racial Justice Act. A subcommittee approved the bill just after Memorial Day, sending it to the House floor for a final vote. Chances are slim that the bill will not pass, and Gov. Pat McCrory is expected to sign it. The
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