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The Doctrine of Recent Possession in North Carolina can be a bit confusing. Generally, it refers to the doctrine of recent possession in NCpossession of recently stolen property.

Historically, in the United States, such possession and the “doctrine” may prove relevant to determining the mens rea or the “evil mind.” It is an inference of guilt, proving criminal conduct.

Sometimes people charged with a crime are caught “red-handed.” Other times, allegations of criminal wrongdoing may be supported by what defense lawyers may refer to as circumstantial evidence.  

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