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James Leigh Epperson (10.4 miles)
Asbestos & Mesothelioma, Family Law, Military, Malpractice, Personal Injury
196 N. Trade Street,
Matthews, NC 28105, Mecklenburg County
William (Bill) W. Cameron (40.6 miles)
Criminal, Estate Planning, Family Law, Juvenile Law, Litigation
117 West Council Street,
Salisbury, NC 28144, Rowan County
R. Jason White (47.9 miles)
Estate Planning, Family Law, Juvenile Law, Litigation, Real Estate
420-B Third Ave NW.,
Hickory, NC 28601, Catawba County
Donna Jones Jackson (0.2 miles)
Living Wills, Estate Planning, Power of Attorney
101 N. Mcdowell Street, Ste 100
Charlotte, NC 28204, Mecklenburg County
James G. Middlebrooks (0.3 miles)
Litigation, Education, Antitrust
Charlotte, NC 28231, Mecklenburg County
Tracy L. Eggleston (0.5 miles)
Insurance, Litigation, Military & Veterans Appeals
301 S. College St., Cozen O'Connor Attorneys, Ste. 2100
Charlotte, NC 28202, Mecklenburg County
Kenneth Ray Raynor (1.5 miles)
Litigation, Defense Contracts, Reinsurance, Premises Liability
1800 East Blvd.,
Charlotte, NC 28203, Mecklenburg County
William P. Bray (3.1 miles)
Entertainment, Education
2820 Selwyn Ave, Suite 400
Charlotte, NC 28209, Mecklenburg County
John Whitelaw Ong (0.4 miles)
Business & Trade, Education
Charlotte, NC 28230, Mecklenburg County
Tanya M. Powers (4.7 miles)
6201 Fairview Road, Suite 200
Charlotte, NC 28210, Mecklenburg County

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Sample NC Juvenile Law Cases

... Raleigh Rescue Mission, Inc. v. Bd. of Adjust. of Raleigh, 153 NCApp. 737, 571 SE2d 588 (2002). Our juvenile code requires: (a) . . . [U]pon the filing of the [termination] petition, the court shall cause a summons to be issued. ... (5) The juvenile. . . . ...

... without showing that reasonable progress under the circumstances had been made in correcting those conditions that led to the removal of SDJ from the home, and (2) is incapable of providing for the proper care and supervision of SDJ such that SDJ is a dependent juvenile. ...

... This case presents the issue of whether, in an action to terminate parental rights, failure to name a juvenile as respondent or to serve a summons upon the juvenile in accordance with NCGS ยง 7B-1106(a) precludes the trial court from exercising subject matter jurisdiction over ...

... abused and neglected. The trial court conducted a hearing on the juvenile petition on several days between 5 April 2006 and 26 July 2006. At the conclusion ... Carolina Juvenile Code. The North Carolina Juvenile Code. The North Carolina ...

... No. 560PA06. Supreme Court of North Carolina. May 1, 2009. 343 Roy Cooper, Attorney General, by William P. Hart, Senior Deputy Attorney General, for the State-appellant. Michelle FormyDuval Lynch, Whiteville, for juvenile-appellee. PARKER, Chief Justice. ...

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