The School of Government provides educational and other resources to judicial officials, prosecutors, defenders and others involved in the North Carolina criminal justice system. The School publishes comprehensive materials summarizing elements of North Carolina crimes, as well as the law of arrest, search and seizure, self-defense, and other important topics and recent developments in criminal law and procedure. The School of Government's published materials are used by judicial officials and private practitioners throughout the state and nationally. The School's educational programs include training on criminal law and procedure for judicial officials, local government officials, and attorneys who provide indigent defense services. For related resources that bear on criminal law, visit the Immigration Law site and Juvenile Law page.
School of Government Sites
Faculty and Program Personnel
Shea Denning, Associate Professor