North Carolina justices won't step in on paddling case

North Carolina justices won't step in on paddling case

North Carolina Supreme Court justices will stay out of the case of a father who was convicted of paddling his son who wouldn't eat his dinner, then had the conviction reversed.
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Justices: No life-without-parole presumption for juveniles

North Carolina's highest court says there's no legal presumption young people convicted of first-degree murder should receive life in prison without parole.
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N Carolina, other legislatures warily begin security checks

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