Vols. for 1924-Apr. 1943 published by the North Carolina Historical Commission; July 1943-spring 1972 by the State Dept. of Archives and History; summer 1972- by the Office of Archives and History; by the Division of Archives and History.
North Carolina's Constitution of 1776 authorized a Supreme Court of Law and Equity and established life-long terms for its judges. The constitution, however, omitted further specifications for such a court, and the design of the state's judiciary...
The office of attorney general is not mentioned in any of the successive versions of the Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina, the elaborate schemes of government devised by the Lords Proprietors of Carolina from 1669 to 1698. The position...
North Carolina Office of Attorney General, Department of Justice
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