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A British High Court has granted Julian Assange limited leave to appeal his extradition to the United States from the United Kingdom.
A British High Court has granted Julian Assange limited leave to appeal his extradition to the United States from the United Kingdom.
 
One might think an election ends when the last ballot is counted.
 
Four decades of legal experience, 16 years on the state's High Court and a lifetime of community service are just a few of the qualifications that Paul Newby brings to the race for Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court.
Four decades of legal experience, 16 years on the state's High Court and a lifetime of community service are just a few of the qualifications that Paul Newby brings to the race for Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court.
 
This could have national ramifications.
 
U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse ó no fan of the John Locke Foundation ó now takes aim at the U.S. chief justice. Zachary Evans reports for National Review Online.
U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse ó no fan of the John Locke Foundation ó now takes aim at the U.S. chief justice. Zachary Evans reports for National Review Online.
 
The most outlandish voices on North Carolina's political left have latched onto the notion that actions taken by the Republican-led General Assembly in recent years are illegitimate
The most outlandish voices on North Carolina's political left have latched onto the notion that actions taken by the Republican-led General Assembly in recent years are illegitimate
 
Over the years, North Carolina law has defined "life sentences" in a variety of ways, some of which have treated those convicted of capital crimes differently depending on when they were sentenced.
Over the years, North Carolina law has defined "life sentences" in a variety of ways, some of which have treated those convicted of capital crimes differently depending on when they were sentenced.
 
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