Blakey, Walker J., NC Evidence … Courtroom Manual. Cincinnati : Anderson Pub. Co., 1998-. [KFN7940 .B53] (Reserve Room) [Available electronically via Lexis Advance to UNC Law Students and Faculty]
This resource contains detailed analysis on all North Carolina Rules of Evidence as interpreted by statute and case law. Comparisons with federal rules of evidence, significant recent changes to the rules, and additional authority round out discussion. To illustrate the rules, real-world hypotheticals are included.
The Law Library has copies from 1998-2018 available, and the most recent copies of this text (2018) are available in the Reserve Room.
Brannon, Joan G. and Jan S. Simmons. North Carolina Clerk of Superior Court Procedures Manual. Chapel Hill, NC: UNC School of Government, 2003-. [KFN7926 .C6 N62] (Reserve Room)
This practical guide to the North Carolina Courts outlines the procedural steps surrounding criminal and civil actions, as well as other special proceedings. It also includes a detailed overview of the administrative structure of the courts.
Allows users to find official Administrative Office of the Courts forms by form number, category, and for whom the form was written (for example: clerks, attorneys, guardian ad litem, or the public). Forms are available in English, and some are available in Spanish and Vietnamese. These fill-in-the-blank forms are intended to be filed with the clerk of court, and cover many categories, including civil, criminal, estate, juvenile, small claims, administrative and other types of forms.
The Law Library has the supplements from 2005-2013, and the most recent supplement (2013) is available with the copy of the text in teh Reserve Room.
North Carolina Manual of Complaints. Sean A. B. Cole, ed. Raleigh, NC : North Carolina Advocates for Justice; Albany, NY: LexisNexis, 2013. [KFN7935.A65 N67 2013]
This manual, written for attorneys by attorneys, contains summary of elements of tort complaints in North Carolina. These sections include practice tips and extensive sample language from which to draw.
Thorp, William L., Thorp's North Carolina Trial Practice Forms, 7th ed., Eagan, Minn.: West, 2011. [KFN 7930 .A65 T48 2011] (Reserve Room) [Available electronically via WestlawNext to UNC Law Students and Faculty]
Thorp’s contains commentaries on the NC Rules of Civil Procedure and forms associated with those rules. Forms are primarily sample language, intended as a guide for drafting motions, pleadings, summons, orders, and other court documents. It is intended to be used by attorneys as they practice in court, and contains useful research references for further investigation of some topics.
The Law Library has the 2018 supplement available.