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Local judge unseals hundreds of highly secret cell tracking court records

By: Cyrus Farivar

A judge in Charlotte, North Carolina, has unsealed a set of 529 court documents in hundreds of criminal cases detailing the use of a stingray, or cell-site simulator, by local police. 931 more words

Law

K's Parenting Corner: Homework For The Sake Of Giving It?

I read a very interesting article today by Andrew Dunn, who covers education for the Charlotte Observer, that talked about CMS making a slight change to their  instructional policy about homework.  312 more words

Shows

Will the U.S. Supreme Court Review America’s Gay Marriages Laws? -- Part II

Earlier in 2014, I said I would do a follow-up blog on whether the U.S. Supreme Court would grant Cert to any of the petitions they had received dealing with state marriage laws. 153 more words

Of Interest To Law Students

'Recalled for political reasons?' NC media outlets pulling Kay Hagan story sparks questions

It was recently reported that a company co-owned by N.C. Sen. Kay Hagan’s husband had been the recipient of stimulus money.

A story from WBTV in Charlotte expanded on that, reporting that a state agency had… 334 more words

US Politics

Conference offers insight to siblings of those with Down syndrome

Charlotte Observer
University News
Sunday, October 12, 2014

Jonathan Isley joined hands with 14 school-aged, adolescent and adult siblings of people with Down syndrome at the Carolinas Down Syndrome Conference. 631 more words

Crystal O'Gorman

1st Buddy Walk for Down syndrome awareness at UNCC

Charlotte Observer
University News

Sunday, October 19, 2014

  • Down Syndrome Association of Greater Charlotte supporters enter UNC Charlotte’s Jerry Richardson Stadium for the first Buddy Walk held there.

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Crystal O'Gorman