The Victorian concept of female virtue helped women in custody cases, and in 1872 the North Carolina
Supreme Court in the Mitchell case gave single women the right to retain their children without mandatory court-ordered apprenticeship so long as they demonstrated good character and did not become public charges.
Instead, North Carolina
hired Bunting, a former Tar Heel player, who is 25-42 in six seasons.
At the same time, they clearly matter, especially in a state such as North Carolina
that has long had a statewide course of study and a set of state tests aligned with that curriculum.
Together, these partners are creating momentum for a strong natural products industry in North Carolina
The North Carolina
legislature wanted to send in troops, but cooler heads knew a campaign against former Revolutionary guerrillas would be messy.
The church struggled through the difficult times of the Civil War and Reconstruction, as did many North Carolina
churches; but in 1881, the church launched a program to construct a building as a memorial to the founding of the Baptist State Convention.
With laws such as General Statute 95-98, a state of injustice exists in North Carolina
Roy Williams won an athletic scholarship to North Carolina
, and Dean Smith became his coach and mentor.
Lustgarten came under scrutiny of the North Carolina
Medical Board after a complaint about his testimony in a 1998 medical malpractice case.
Damian Shea, a toxicologist at North Carolina
State University in Raleigh, says that the surge of floodwaters did, in fact, boost the concentrations of many such chemicals in the sound's water for a couple of weeks.
For example, The Hartford's liability in North Carolina
was one-tenth what it had been the year before.
If an S corporation is engaged in similar activity, the investments should be managed from a location outside North Carolina
in a state that provides more favorable treatment to nonresident owners.