First Degree Murder Charge Against North Carolina Teacher Dropped

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A former North Carolina teacher has not yet decided whether she’ll return to teaching after resigning earlier this year. She gave up the job, which she’d performed so well that she was named her school’s 2012-13 Teacher of the Year, because she was charged with murder. Everything changed for the woman on Feb. 10, when
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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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Guilty of First-degree Murder, Defendant May Face Death Penalty

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Following more than two weeks of often grisly and occasionally shocking testimony, the trial of the 32-year-old man accused of killing a woman best known as a member of the North Carolina State Board of Education entered its last phase. The jury announced late Friday afternoon that they found the defendant guilty of first-degree murder, rape
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Defendant Sentenced for One Crime Awaits Trial for Another

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After more than seven days of testimony, a jury deliberated for a few hours before coming back with a guilty verdict in a high-profile North Carolina murder case. The defendant will spend the rest of his life in prison for his part in the death of a Chapel Hill student. He was convicted of first-degree
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