This page is updated periodically with resources for North Carolina defense attorneys on issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic, including original legal research produced by the School's Public Defense Education group.
 
Ian Mance, COVID-19 and the Use of Masks by Testifying Witnesses in Criminal Trials, N.C. Criminal Law Blog (Jan. 2021)
 
Ian Mance and John Rubin, COVID-19 and Remote Testimony in Criminal Trials, Administration of Justice Bulletin No. 2020/06 (Dec. 2020)

Ian Mance, The Impact of COVID-19 on Sentencing, N.C. Criminal Law Blog (Nov. 2020)
 
Ian Mance, COVID-19, Pretrial Detention, and Bond Determinations, Administration of Justice Bulletin No. 2020/05 (Oct. 2020) 
 
Ian Mance, COVID-19 Jail Restrictions and Access to Counsel, Administration of Justice Bulletin No. 2020/04 (Oct. 2020)
 
Ian Mance and John Rubin, Indigent Defense Attorneys and COVID-19: Frequently Asked Questions About Practicing During a Pandemic, Administration of Justice Bulletin No. 2020/03 (Sept. 2020)
 
Ian Mance, Update: COVID-19 and State Habeas Corpus, N.C. Criminal Law Blog (Aug. 2020)
 
Ian Mance, Securing the Release of People in Custody in North Carolina During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Administration of Justice Bulletin No. 2020/02 (June 2020)
 
Resources referenced in Administration of Justice Bulletin No. 2020/02

Federal habeas resources

State habeas resources (preliminary injunction case finding deliberate indifference, which may be relevant for state habeas claim)

Appeal bond resources

Joint MAR resources

Resources referenced in Administration of Justice Bulletin No. 2020/03

Americans with Disabilities Act Resources: