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Supreme Court friction, a justice's visceral reaction to a ruling

A United States Supreme Court judge issued some stern words last week in a case she was on the losing end of, with her comments in a 5-3 decision being termed a "fiery dissent" by a CNN article discussing the case.

Here's one North Carolina cop not impressed by the War on Drugs

In previous years, and certainly during the Nixon and Reagan presidential administrations, the imploring nature and tone of one North Carolina police official's utterances on outcomes in some drug cases would likely have been seen as aberrational and soft on crime.

A human face of federal reform in select drug crimes cases

A professional football player says that he recently had the chance to personally convey to President Obama "a couple points my momma wanted me to say to him." What he imparted spotlights criminal law reform in an instructive manner, and we pass along the details of his story -- centrally, his mother's -- for the consideration of our readers in North Carolina and elsewhere.

Here's what North Carolina cops, prosecutors hope you don't think

We'll just curb the suspense regarding any speculation that the above-posed headline might engender and get straight to the point: What law enforcement investigators and officials in North Carolina and everywhere else across the United States hope for in any given case is the meek and continuing acquiescence to questioning of any person they have detained and are interrogating -- without that individual's request for a criminal defense attorney.

A single phone now, but will that remain the case in the future?

Should any of our readers in North Carolina or elsewhere care much about the current Apple-versus-government legal snafu that is playing out regarding the latter's demand that Apple engineers unlock a single smartphone so that investigators can track the phone's history?

Massive police power displayed in recent Charlotte drug operation

Today's blog entry focuses upon a recent drug raid of massive proportions that was conducted in Charlotte under the auspices of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Agents of the FBI worked in tandem with North Carolina state troopers and officers from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department in an operation that resulted in more than 20 people being arrested on various drug offenses.

A look at the North Carolina Controlled Substances Reporting Act

For any of our readers who have ever wondered how focused North Carolina criminal authorities are on systematically identifying and controlling various types of drugs, the state's Controlled Substances Reporting System might be instructive.

Focus on North Carolina early-release parole program

As has been widely noted in the media over the past year-plus, a growing national discontent has prominently surfaced regarding long-time American criminal law policies. A legion of critics spanning virtually the entire political spectrum has consistently weighed in with viewpoints that disparage various aspects of the criminal justice system on both the federal and state levels.

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