State v. Waring, 364 N.C. 443 (Nov. 5, 2010)

In a capital case involving two perpetrators, the court rejected the defendant’s argument that the State should have been obligated to prove that the defendant himself had the requisite intent. The trial court properly instructed on acting in concert with respect to the murder charge, in accordance with State v. Barnes, 345 N.C. 184 (1998).