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Tag Archives: Judge A. Marvin Quattlebaum Jr.

Injured class participant can sue TASER instructor over injury

Where a man participating in a TASER training session was struck in the eye when another class participant missed his target, the injured man can assert a negligence claim against the instructor who set up, implemented and executed the training ...

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Assault by strangulation is ‘crime of violence’

Where the defendant was previously convicted of felony assault inflicting physical injury by strangulation under North Carolina law, that conviction constituted a “crime of violence” under the sentencing guidelines because it required intentional conduct, and thus matched the guidelines’ definition ...

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