NC Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark D. Martin will be able to appoint a “substitute justice” to swing the seven-member court when it may split evenly because of a recusal.
NC Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark D. Martin will be able to appoint a “substitute justice” to swing the seven-member court when it may split evenly because of a recusal. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
NC Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark D. Martin will be able to appoint a “substitute justice” to swing the seven-member court when it may split evenly because of a recusal. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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