Crime, criminal justice, and law

Key Sources

Record Number Citation
WERT001

Wertheimer, John W. "Native Americans and school desegregation: the Chavis case in Robeson County.” Law and society in the South: A history of North Carolina court cases. Lexington: UP of Kentucky, 2009. Pp.165–189. Notes, Pp. 251–264. Key source

Sources

Record Number Citation
ROBE018

"Judicial map plan wouldn’t benefit Robeson County [Editorial]." The Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]. October 3, 2017.

SHIL070

Shiles, Bob. "Locklear sends in letter of resignation." St. Pauls Review [St. Paul, NC] July 25, 2017.

WOOL014

Woolverton, Paul. "Killer of Michael Jordan’s father seeks new trial." Fayetteville Observer [Fayetteville, NC]. April 5, 2017.

WILL009

Willets, Sarah. “Lumbee Tribe, R.A. Jeffreys settle in beer ad lawsuit.” Robesonian (Lumberton, NC). July 1, 2016.

NEWR001

"New Report Names Former North Carolina Prosecutor Among Top Five Deadliest Prosecutors in America." Wilimington Journal [Wilmington, NC]. June 30, 2016

WOOL007

Woolverton, Paul. "Lumbees sue beer-maker for using tribe's logo in Bud Light ads." The Fayetteville Observer (Fayetteville, NC). June 15, 2016

BLYT002

Blythe, Anne. "Anheuser-Busch distributor removes Budweiser ads that offended Lumbees of NC." The News & Observer (Raleigh, NC). June 15, 2016

BLYT001

Blythe, Anne. "Lumbees of NC sue Anheuser-Busch over trademark use in Budweiser ads." The News & Observer (Raleigh, NC). June 14, 2016

BAXL004

Baxley, Jaymie. “Pembroke attorney sworn in as judge.” The Robesonian (Lumberton, NC). June 3, 2016

OPIN001

Opinion. “Larger than life, Britt make a mark.” The Robesonian (Lumberton, NC). May 4, 2016.

SAUN001

Saunders, Barry. “An end to Britt’s brand of justice.” The News & Observer (Raleigh, NC). April 12, 2016

WILL006

Willets, Sarah. “’Deadliest DA’ remembered for substance, style.” The Robesonian (Lumberton, NC). April 7, 2016

WILL006

Willets, Sarah. “’Deadliest DA’ remembered for substance, style.” The Robesonian (Lumberton, NC). April 7, 2016

KENN001

Kenney, Andrew. “Slain Lumbee leader honored in Raliegh.” Newsobserver [Raleigh, NC] March 20, 2014.

VIOL002

"Is this the key to mending a violent culture?" Editorial. Fayetteville Observer Friday, January 7 2011.

BLOG016

Hixenbaugh, Mike. "Crime keeps Robeson County down." The Fayetteville Observer. 17 July 2010. http://fayobserver.com

BLOG018

Hixenbaugh, Mike.  "Ex Robeson Sheriff  Maynor to finish prison term at home."  The Fayetteville Observer. April 29, 2010. www.fayobserver.com

BLOG021

"Pioneering attorney honored with scholarship." Laurinburg Exchange Friday, June 12, 2009.

BLOG023

Brooks, Drew. "Former sheriff wins new sentence." Fayetteville Observer [Fayetteville, NC] Tuesday, February 10, 2009.

BLOG027

"Maynor to serve time in N.J." Fayetteville Observer [Fayetteville, NC] Tuesday, August 12, 2008.

BLOG024

Chamberlain, Knight. "Ex-sheriff Maynor faces punishment." Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] Friday, June 20, 2008.

GROS002

Gross, Ariela J. “Citizenship of the little races.” What blood won't tell: a history of race on trial in America. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 2008. 111-139.

BARN002

Barnes, Greg. “Tarnished Hopes: Corruption Surrounds Ex-Sheriff's Tenure.” Fayetteville Observer December 17 2006, sec. Local & State: 1A, 5A

ROBE011

"Robeson's pain; a state grant to study death rates in Robeson County should be a down payment on making the county safer and more livable." editorial. News and Observer Thursday, July 27 2006, sec. Editorial/opinion: A12.

COLL001

Collins, Kristin. "Violence plagues Lumbees who are trying to stem tide; tribe in Robeson gets $30,000 state grant to study death rates." News and observer July 25 2006: A1.

HUNT014

Hunt, Stephanie. "A sense of justice [Arlinda Locklear]." College of Charleston Magazine Summer 2006: 31-33.

JENK034

Jenkins, Venita. "Tribe to study homicides; Lumbee grant will cover crime, health issues." Fayetteville observer Thursday, July 6 2006, sec. Local and state.

PIER001

Pierce, Julia. "Julian Pierce '76: an attorney who was 'for the people.'" Of counsel [North Carolina Central University] 2003-2004: 2-3.

BREN001

Angell, G. Brent, and G. Mark Jones. “Recidivism, risk, and resiliency among North American Indian parolees and former prisoners: an examination of the Lumbee First Nation.” Journal of ethnic & cultural diversity in social work 12.2 (2003): 61-77.

WITT021

Witten, Scott. “Locklear wins Superior Court judgeship.” Robesonian 25 April 2002.

BRAY008

Brayboy, Connee. “Remembering senior resident Superior Court judge Sandy Dexter Brooks.” Carolina Indian Voice 14 March 2002: 1.

LOCK017

Locklear, James. “Mourners Pay Homage [to] Judge Brooks.” Fayetteville Observer Saturday, 9 March 2002.

LOCK016

Locklear, James. “Cancer claims Judge Brooks.” Fayetteville Observer Thursday, 7 March 2002.

FOX0003

Fox, Geoff. “Best of the best: Robeson lawman gets national honor.” Robesonian Sunday, 25 June 2000: 1A, 8A.

ROBE007

“Robert A. Williams, Jr.” DISCovering multicultural America (Web and CD-ROM database). Gale Group, 2000.

ARLI001

“Arlinda Faye Locklear.” DISCovering multicultural America (Web and CD-ROM database). Gale Group, 2000.

ASSO002

Associated Press. “Defendants sit and wait in Robeson County.” Greensboro News Record (Greensboro, NC). April 1, 1999

PEMB002

“Pembroke native sworn into State Bar.” Carolina Indian Voice 24 September 1998:1.

WOOL001

Woolverton, Paul. “Swett trial gag order raps Robeson County media.” The Fayetteville Observer-Times (Fayetteville, NC). July 31, 1998

WOOL002

Woolverton, Paul. “Robeson County tugs at Eddie Hatcher.” The Fayetteville Observer-Times (Fayetteville, NC). June 29, 1998

TRAV001

Travis, Scott. “Activist lawyer's legacy is still felt in Robeson.” Fayetteville Observer-Times 26 March 1998.

LOCK003

“Locklear, Arlinda.” In: Sonneborn, Liz. A to Z of Native American women. New York: Facts on File, 1998. P. 95.

WILL001

Williams, Robert A., Jr. “Vampires Anonymous and critical race practice.” Michigan Law Review 95 (February 1997): 741-65.

NELS001

Nelson, Mark S.; Elizabeth A. Benziger, Michael J. Budzynski, et al. “Variations of probe EFD52 (D17526) for forensic DNA analysis.” Journal of Forensic Sciences 41.4 (July 1996), 557-68.

BENN001

Bennett, Walter H., Jr., and Judith Welch Wegner. “Lawyers talking: UNC Law Graduates and their service to the state. Judge Dexter Brooks: loyalty to community, service to the state.” North Carolina Law Review 73.2 (January 1995): 861-867.

THOM004

Thompson, Estes. “Lumbee Indian sheriff wants to restore faith in law; officer seen as unifying force in Robeson County.” Charlotte Observer Monday, 21 November 1994: 14C.

879

“Murder Rate May Be Tied to Culture.” News and Observer 3 Feb. 1992: 3B.

LUX0001

Lux, Joseph R. “When is an Indian not an 'Indian'? State v. Daley.” South Dakota Law Review 36.2 (1991): 419-433.

873

“Britt Should Be Saluted for ... Sentence.” Robesonian 11 March 1990: 4A.

872

Rhodes, B. “Locklear Agrees to Plea Bargain.” Robesonian 28 Feb. 1990: 1A.

871

Rhodes, Barbara. “Attorney: No Merit to Charges Against Locklear.” Robesonian 27 Feb. 1990: 1A.

870

Rhodes, Barbara. “Horace Locklear’s Motions Hearing Scheduled During Superior Court.” Robesonian 28 Jan. 1990: 1.

869

Orlean, Susan. “Killing: Pembroke, North Carolina.” Saturday Night. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1990. Pp. 95-111 passim.

867

“Robeson Crime Rate Drops 35%; State Average Jumps 12%.” Robesonian 24 Oct. 1989: B1.

864

Godfrey, R. L. “Judicial Officials, Ministers Discuss Problems of County Justice System.” Robesonian 28 June 1989: 1A.

862

Guyton, Nanette. “Official: Report Has Eased Judicial Inequities Against County’s Indians.” Robesonian 26 April 1989: 1A.

860

“New Court Officers Take Up Their Duties.” Robesonian 5 March 1989: C1.

LOCK053

Locklear, Ramona. "A study of Lumbee homicide, 1983-1987. What's going on here?" Thesis (Master of Public Health). University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1989. 84 pages.

857

Godfrey, R. L. “Thompson Selected as County’s Public Defender.” Robesonian 29 Dec. 1988: 1A.

1256

Barreiro, José. “Drug Terror at Lumbee: Does Justice Mean ‘Just-Us’ in Robeson County?” Daybreak 2.2 (Midwinter 1988): 13, 15-16, 28-29, 35.

856

Menges, Jerri. “LRLS Officials Celebrate Service’s 10th Anniversary at Friday Banquet.” Robesonian 6 Nov. 1988: 1A.

855

Leland, Elizabeth. “Robeson Sorts Out Murders.” Charlotte Observer 18 April 1988: 4A.

854

Naureckas, Jim. “Drugs, Good Ole Boys and ‘Just Another Murder’.” In These Times 12.20 (13-19 April 1988): 5.

849

Dew, Joe, and Jane Ruffin. “Drug Money a Powerful Lure in Robeson.” News and Observer 14 Feb. 1988: 1A.

850

Hitt, Greg. “Reports Allege Racism: Robeson Courts Unfair to Indians, Studies Say.” Winston-Salem Journal 14 Feb. 1988: A1.

848

Applebome, Peter. “Behind Hostage Case, Issues of Rural Justice.” New York Times 8 Feb. 1988: 1.

847

Bowden, Barry. “Report Says Justice Not Equitable for Indians.” Fayetteville Times 3 Feb. 1988.

845

N.C. Dept. of Admin. N.C. Comm. of Indian Affairs. Ad Hoc Comm. on Indians and the Criminal Justice System. A Report on the Treatment of Indians by the Criminal Justice System. Oct. 1987. Rpt. in entry 859, pp. 31-91.

844

Jordan, Pat. “The Passions of Joe Freeman Britt.” Southern Magazine 1.6 (March 1987): 38-41, 95-99.

844

Jordan, Pat. “The Passions of Joe Freeman Britt.” Southern Magazine March (1987): 38-41, 95-99.

843

“Prosecutor Wins Death Sentences: For 37th Time, Lawyer Convinces a Jury That Life Isn’t Enough.” New York Times 25 Dec. 1985: 64.

841

Reid, Dee. “‘Killer DA’: In First 28 Months on Job, He Won 23 Death Verdicts.” National Law Journal 7.2 (17 Sept. 1984): 1, 8-9.

840

North Carolina Commission of Indian Affairs. Report: internship, North Carolina state government. Agency, N.C. Commission of Indian Affairs. Assignment, American Indians in North Carolina’s Criminal Justice System. By Chris Browning. [Raleigh, NC?]: [N.C. Commission of Indian Affairs?], [Sept. 1984?].

837

Geiger, Maurice D., and Kathryn Fahnestock. “A Report by the Rural Justice Center to the Chief Justice of North Carolina: An Update on Robeson County.” North Conway, NH: Rural Justice Center, [1984?] 8 p.

834

North Carolina Department of Administration. North Carolina Commission of Indian Affairs. A Preliminary Review of Arrest and Incarceration Rates of Indians vs. Whites in the N.C. Judicial System. By Darlene Jacobs. [Raleigh?]: [North Carolina Dept. of Administration?], 1982. Rpt. in Anti-Indian Violence (entry 859), pp. 92-106.

353

Schmalleger, Frank.  “The Root Doctors and the Courtroom.”  North Carolina Folklore Journal 29.2 (Fall-Winter 1981): 102-05.

350

Schmalleger, Frank.  “Criminal Justice-Related Magical Practices Among the Lumbee Indians of North Carolina.”  Paper presented at the Conference of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, May 1980.  11 p.

 

829

Burgess, Harvey. “‘Deadliest Prosecutor’ Once Opposed Death Penalty.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] 22 Mar. 1979: 4.

826

“Official to Eye Charges of Brutality to Indians.” News and Observer [Raleigh, NC] 29 June 1978: 18.

823

“Deadliest Prosecutor [Joe Freeman Britt].” Guinness Book of World Records. By Norris McWhirter and ross McWhirter. New York: Sterling, 1978. P. 394.

818

Whittle, Richard. “Small N.C. District Is Giant on Death Penalty.” News and Observer [Raleigh, NC] 22 Dec. 1975: 1, 6.

817

Footlick, Jerrold K., and Eleanor Clift. “Crusading for Death.” Newsweek 86.3 (21 July 1975): 31. Reprinted., with “an alternate view,” in Carolina Indian Voice 7 Aug. 1975: 2.

788

Barton, Lewis Randolph. “Contrasts.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] 19 July 1954: 10.

786

“Judge Ivey Says He Followed Law and Practices of People.” Pembroke Progress [Pembroke, NC] 28 Jan. 1954: [4].

785

“ ... Cover Limited Territory.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] 25 Jan. 1954: [4].

784

“Woman Advised ‘to Go North’ after Two Court Appearances.” Robesonian 22 Jan. 1954: 1.

779

“Robeson’s First Indian Dies in Gas Chamber; Lumberton Negro Also Is Put to Death.” Robesonian 7 July 1939: 1.

778

“White Man To Leave State to Live with Indian Wife He Loves.” Robesonian 17 May 1939: 1.

777

“Revels Given Fifty Years for Assault on White Girl.” Robesonian 14 Nov. 1938: 1.

774

“Indians and Negroes on Jury for First Time in Nearly 40 Years.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]18 Aug. 1937: 1.

773

“Indian Files for F’mont Constable.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] 30 April 1934: 1.

772

Wilkins, Cherry. “The Strange Case of Nick and Versha.” The State [Charlotte, NC] 1.47 (21 April 1934): 18.

771

“Why the Distinction?” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] 28 Sept. 1931: 4.

770

McInnis, N. “Mayor McInnis Resents New Name for Pembroke.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] 1 Jan. 1931: 4.

769

Locklear, Patrick. “Some Questions.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] 19 April 1928: 4.

ROXB001

"Band of men whips couple near Roxboro." The Bee [Danville, VA] Saturday, April 7, 1928: 1.

768

“Superior Court: Dr. G. W. Locklear, Indian, of Pembroke, Must Leave the State to Live with the White Woman He Married in Georgia–Marriage Not Recognized in This State.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] 26 Jan. 1920: 1.

767

“Justice McInnis Replies: He Justifies His Act in Drawing Up Contract Between Indian and White Woman.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] 5 March 1917: 3.

766

“Recorder’s Court: White Woman and Indian in the Toils for Living Together.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] 26 Feb. 1917: 4.

765

“Robeson Indians.”  Robesonian 10 Jan. 1916: 4.

764

Wilkins, W. S.  “State Should Provide for Indian Insane: White and Colored Insane Are Provided For But There Is No Place for the Indian Insane.”  Robesonian 6 Sept. 1915: 3.

763

Locklear, A. W.  “The ‘Macs’ of Robeson: Hon. Hamilton McMillan and What He and Other ‘Macs’ Have Done for the Croatan Indians.”  Robesonian 6 Aug. 1908: 1.

762

Stancill, G. W.  “A Lie Denounced: An Old Confederate Soldier and Preacher Denounces as a Lie the Report that He Is Preaching Social Equality.”  Robesonian 25 May 1908: 1.

761

“The Pembroke Petition.”  The Argus 12 Feb. 1903: 2.

760

“Strong Argument for the Amendment.”  Robesonian 17 July 1900: 2.

759

Humphrey, W. H.  “A Card.”  Robesonian 26 June 1900: 1.