Legal Question in Criminal Law in North Carolina

My friend has been in prison for 14 years and has 4 left. She had 2 sentences box-card for robbery. Im trying to have her case re-opened but the clerk of court is telling me there is no motion of discovery, I thought it was required to have a motion of discovery because this shows proof of evidence. I dont understand. I know I will be getting a lawyer but im just trying to figure out if I have a bases here with there being no motion of discovery.

Asked on 9/05/13, 10:53 am

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Kenneth Love Ken Love Law
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Get an attorney, you might be mixing up certain types of actions. In any event, if she was convicted, there are very limited causes to "reopen" a case. The proper method is to appeal, which should have happened over a decade ago.

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9/05/13, 6:03 pm

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