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September 7, 2008

Devotion to the law hid her secret complexity

You'd see them walking down Fayetteville Street from the Supreme Court building to the cafeteria at Hudson-Belk in the 1970s. She was Susie Sharp, the diminutive chief justice with the steely blue eyes. He was William Bobbitt, the former chief justice from Charlotte, a widower and her longtime companion.

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