North Carolina Court of Appeals Opinions for September 20, 2016

The N.C. Court of Appeals released a batch of opinions today:

Bentley v. Jonathan Piner Constr.  (16-62) Workers’ Compensation Act; N.C. Gen. Stat. Sec. 97-84; statutory interpretation
Breedlove v. Warren  (15-1381) Motion to Dismiss; Lack of Standing; Injury not traceable to defendant
Henkel v. Triangle Homes, Inc.  (15-1123) federal tax liens, lien priority, and local tax liens and recordation priority.
Heustess v. Bladenboro Emer. Servs., Inc.  (16-106) Venue
State v. Eldridge  (16-173) Reasonable Mistake of Law; Motion to Suppress; Reasonable Suspicion for Traffic Stop
State v. Gerard  (15-1014) motion to suppress, child pornography
State v. Lindsey  (15-1188) motion to suppress; probable cause; motion to dismiss; closing arguments
State v. Mbaya  (16-364) Rule 412; victim’s prior sexual activity; other incriminating evidence; motive to fabricate allegations; constitutional right to present a complete defense
State v. McQueen  (15-1161) Batson Challenge, Process.
State v. Reed  (16-33) Traffic Stop; Fourth Amendment; Rodriguez.
State v. Robinson  (15-1358) right to appeal, out of state conviction, sex offender registry, SBM
Winkler v. State Bd. of Exam’rs Of Plumbing, Heating & Fire Sprinklers Contractors  (15-1257) jurisdiction to impose disciplinary action, inspection and installation, minor repairs

There were also 38 unpublished opinions, available here.