A Digest of Cited Cases in the North Carolina Reports by Albion Winegar TourgГ©e Download PDF EPUB FB2
Get this from a library. A digest of cited cases in the North Carolina reports: containing a syllabus of each case cited, to the end of the 79th volume, a list of the cases in which it is cited, and a careful synopsis of each modification, extension or reversal.
[Albion W Tourgée]. West's North Carolina Digest, 2d (NoCar Ref KFNN6 ). This guide to court reports organizes court decisions by topic, which correspond to key numbers found at the top of each page of the digest, and provides brief summaries of : Jennifer Daugherty.
Get this from a library. A digest of all the criminal cases in the North Carolina reports: from the earliest volume to the eighty-first, inclusive: together with the public statutes of North Carolina, concerning crimes and punishments and criminal procedure.
[F H Busbee]. The middle part, N.C. App., is the abbreviation for the reporter, in this case the North Carolina Court of Appeals Reports.
The last number is the page on which your case starts. So in this example, this case starts on page of volume of the North Carolina Court of Appeals Reports. The year in which the case was decided is in parentheses Author: Caitlin Swift.
Get this from a library. Jerome's Criminal code and digest of North Carolina: a complete code of all the criminal statutes of the state, including those passed by the Legislature of Also a complete digest of every criminal case in the North Carolina reports up to and including the st ; with a table of cases digested.
[Thomas J Jerome; Edward Columbus Jerome; North Carolina.]. Title: How to Locate a Case Using a Digest Author: Sacramento County Public Law Library Subject: The Law Library has two sets of West Digests in print format \(now published by Thomson Reuters\):The United States Supreme Court Digest, used to locate United States Supreme Court cases, is located in Compact Shelving next to the Supreme Court Reporter, \ at KF U NORTH CAROLINA CASES The North Carolina Court System has two divisions, the Trial Division and the Appellate Divi-sion.
The Trial Division comprises the District and Superior courts. The Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court make up the Appellate Division. Appellate Division cases are the ones most cited in works by School faculty.
Collection of cases argued and determined in the courts of Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia. South Carolina Digest 2d Find South Carolina state and federal cases decided since using West’s Topic and Key Number system.
Bluebook Rule 10 covers how cases should be cited in legal T.1 includes the official names and legal citation abbreviations for federal and state reporters, and federal and state statutory compilations. If you are writing a brief or memo, look at the Blue Pages, Rule B10 (Or apply the citation rules of the jurisdiction).
The difference between brief format and law review note. Court opinions are gathered together and published in chronological order in print in volumes called Case Reporters, or simply Reporters.
Even though most cases A Digest of Cited Cases in the North Carolina Reports book now available online, cases are still organized and cited to according to the print reporter system. Case reporters can be official or unofficial. To use digests for locating cases in print, begin by identifying the appropriate digest for the jurisdiction or topic being researched.
For example, in researching modern federal case law, the appropriate digest will likely be the Federal Practice Digest 4th or 5th (KFF43 4th), located on the first floor of the library.
By contrast, when researching Wisconsin state case law, the. Get this from a library. A digest of all the reported cases determined in the courts of North Carolina: from the year to the yearinclusive, concluding with the second volume of Devereux & Battle's law, & the first volume of Devereux & Battle's equity reports: together with an index to the names of the cases.
[James Iredell]. by Pemberton & Jerome ; a complete code of all the criminal statutes of the state, including those passed by the Legislature of ; also a complete digest of every criminal case in the North Carolina reports up to and including the th ; with a table of cases digested, and a table of cases overruled, criticised, followed.
Legal researchers will frequently encounter citations to state case law. State case law citations are generally made up of three parts: the name of the case, the published source in which the case may be found, reporters; and a parenthetical indicating the court and year of ons may also include other parenthetical information and the subsequent history of the case, if necessary.
A case is a published court opinion. West is the major reporter of case law, although there are a few exceptions. The Reporter Series is the means by which West Publishing Company publishes cases from different regions of the country, in addition to the federal cases found in the Federal Reporter (1st, 2d, and 3d series), the Federal Supplement (1st and 2d series), and the Supreme Court Reporter.
Here is an example of citation to a Supreme Court of Nebraska case in the North Western Reporter 2d: Beachy v. Becerra, N.W.2d (Neb. ) *You may be wondering why the parenthetical in this citation simply says "Neb." (the abbreviation for Nebraska in Table 10) when it says above that the citation should include both the state and court.
Case citations are structured by volume number, reporter abbreviation, and first page of the case. U.S Supreme Court Cases: Supreme Court opinions are published in 3 different case law reporters: United States Reports (the official reporter) - "U.S.", Supreme Court Reporter (West) - "S.
Ct.", and Lawyers' Edition (Lexis) - "L. Ed.". Sample. Citation to Internet Information These tables give the various abbreviations for the U.S. Federal Courts including the U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Court of Appeals and U.S. District Courts. All decisions of the North Carolina Superior Courts can be found in the N.C.
Supp. reporter. False A.L.R. contains the full text of every case on a specific legal topic, including opinions rendered by state AND federal courts, as well as all upper and lower trial and appellate courts.
Table of Cases: The table of cases lists all of the cases indexed in the digest in alphabetical order. In addition to the case name and citation, the table of cases also provides the Topics and Key Numbers that apply to that particular case.
This is a great way for a researcher to find the citation for their case if they have the name of the case. Recreational Fishing Reports Find out what's been caught recently in coastal N.C.
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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill announced on Sunday that it had identified another cluster of coronavirus cases on campus, the fourth reported in three days.
The following statements are correct: Published cases from a higher court of the controlling jurisdiction may be precedent as to all lower courts within that jurisdiction: American Law Reports provide useful information about the law in a particular topic area but should not be cited in briefs as primary authority: and the American Digest.
The Supreme Court of North Carolina is the state’s highest court, and there is no further appeal from its decisions on matters of state law. It is made up of the Chief Justice, who also serves as head of the Judicial Branch, and six associate justices.
West publishes seven (7) regional reporters as part of the National Reporter System. These regional reporters contain appellate case law from all 50 states plus the District of Columbia. West also publishes the California Reporter and the New York Supplement, which contain appellate case law from California and New York.
One of the defining features of the common law system is the emphasis placed on the precedential value of case law. Until recently, case law has not been widely available on the Internet, leaving researchers with no choice but to seek out print reporters and commercial electronic databases to locate cases.
Reading Room KF A42 Am Jur 2d articles summarize broad principles of U.S. law and provide citations to cases, statutes, rules, forms, and A.L.R. annotations. A six-volume general index is located at KF A Topical indexes are located in the last volume of every topic.
To make it easy to understand the criminal record reports you receive from us we’ve compiled this list of North Carolina County Codes and Abbreviations for your reference. Click the tab for your area of interest and scan through the codes. The court, wishing to review the case on its own, requests the citation for the case.
Both attorneys know that the case is found in volume 83 of the U.S. Reports, beginning on page Drew tells the court that the citation is U.S. 83; Sam states that Drew’s citation is misstated, and that the correct citation.
The samples in this section cover basic citation format for case law. Complicated variations are not shown in these samples. Always consult the Bluebook for additional information on correct citation format. Important: in the "Illinois" entry in Table 1 (p.
), the Bluebook instructs you to cite to the North Eastern Reporter if a case is cited therein.EXAMPLE OF A CASE CITATION. An example of a case citation is Brown v. Board of Education, U.S.
(). This citation can be broken down into different parts: This citation tells you that Brown v. Board of Education can be found in volume of United States Reports, beginning at page It also tells you that this case was decided in.A digest is a detailed index by subject and topics on points of law covered by reported cases using West's key number system.
The key number system is a system of classification that divides law into more than categories or topics. Cases published in West's reporters are analyzed and categorized into topic(s) and given key numbers.