The problem:  You spent a little extra money on color photos, maps, or exhibits before the trial court.  You felt like you had no choice—those exhibits are incomprehensible in black
Continue Reading What Starts In Color, Does Not Always Stay In Color. A Practical Tip on Handling Color Documents, Photos, and Exhibits in North Carolina’s State Appellate Courts.

We often hear that proper citations and “bluebooking” really do not matter, but judges may disagree. Last week the Supreme Court of North Carolina released an opinion in Cummings v.
Continue Reading The Devil Is in the Details: North Carolina Supreme Court Chastens Attorney for Improper Citations