800.1Pattern Jury Instructions

Last Updated: 02/05/21

Key Concepts

  • The entries below link directly to the appropriate page from the North Carolina Pattern Jury Instructions for Criminal Cases.
  • The date that each instruction was adopted is found in parentheses after the title. The most recent updates included on this page are from June of 2020.

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For more information about criminal procedure issues related to jury instructions, such as requesting a special instruction or conducting the charge conference, see the related Trial entry on Jury Instructions [240.1].

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION (5/1998)

GUIDE TO THE USE OF THIS BOOK

ILLUSTRATIVE PATTERN JURY INSTRUCTION

MEMORANDUM ON THE USE OF “VICTIM” LANGUAGE

APPENDIX: CRIMINAL VOLUME INDEX

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PART I. GENERAL

General Cautionary Instructions

100.00  Admonition to the Trial Judge on Stating the Evidence. G.S. 15A-1232, G.S. 1A-1, Rule 51. (4/2005)
100.05 
Outline for Grand Jury Selection. (6/2015)
100.10  Grand Jury Charge. (5/2005)
100.11  Investigative Grand Jury Charge. G.S. 15A-622(h), -623(h). (5/2015)
100.15  Instructions re Cameras and Microphones in Courtroom. (6/2008)
100.20  Instructions to Be Given at Jury Selection. G.S. 15A-1212,-1213, -1214, -1221(2). (6/2008)
100.21  Remarks to Prospective Jurors After Excuses Heard. G.S.15A-622(h), 15A-623(h). (6/2015)
100.22  Introductory Remarks. (6/2015)
100.25  Precautionary Instructions to Jurors. (To be given after jury is impaneled.) (6/2013)
100.30  Making Notes by Jurors. G.S. 15A-1228. (6/2008)
100.31  Admonition to Jurors at Recesses. G.S. 15A-1236. (6/2010)
100.33  Recesses. (6/2010)
100.35  Opinion Testimony for Corroboration Only. Limiting Instruction to be Used during Trial. (6/2014)
100.38  Remarks to Jurors Before Charge Conference. (6/2015)
101.05  Function of the Jury. (6/2011)
101.10  Burden of Proof and Reasonable Doubt. (6/2008)
101.15  Credibility of Witness. (6/2011)
101.20  Weight of the Evidence. (6/2011)
101.25  Duty to Abide by Translation Provided in Court. (6/2013)
101.30  Effect of the Defendant’s Decision Not to Testify. G.S. 8-54. (5/2005)
101.32  Defendant's Absence from Trial; Closed Circuit Television Monitoring. (6/2007)
101.35  Concluding InstructionsJury Consider All Evidence, Judge Not Express Opinion, Unanimous Verdict, Selection of Foreperson. (6/2018)
101.36  Highest Aim of Every Legal Contest. (6/2008)
101.37  Remarks to Jurors Before Final Arguments of Counsel. (6/2015)
101.39  Lack of Unanimity on Principal Charge; Reasonable Efforts.(6/2015)
101.40  Failure of Jury to Reach a Verdict. (6/2018)
101.41  Multiple DefendantsOne Defendant Pleads Guilty during Trial. (6/2008)
101.42  Multiple Defendants Charged With the Same CrimeGuilt Determined Separately. (6/2012)

Particular Types of Evidence

104-105  Directory: Instructions Relating to Evidentiary Matters. (3/1995)
104.05  Circumstantial Evidence. (5/2005)
104.10  Motive. (4/2005)
104.12  Mistaken Identity of Victim. (6/2011)
104.13  Transferred Intent. (6/2019)
104.15  Evidence of Similar Acts or Crimes. G.S. 8C-1, Rule 404(b). (6/2011)
104.20  Testimony of Interested Witness. (6/2011)
104.21  Testimony of Witness with Immunity or Quasi-Immunity.G.S. 15A-1052(c), -1054, -1055. (6/2011)
104.25  Accomplice TestimonyFor the Prosecution. (6/2011)
104.30  Informer or Undercover Agent. (6/2011)
104.35  FlightIn General. (6/2020)
104.36  FlightFirst Degree Murder Cases. (2/1994)
104.40  Doctrine of Recent Possession. (6/2015)
104.41  ActualConstructive Possession. (6/1998)
104.50  Photographs, Diagrams, Maps, ModelsAs Illustrative Evidence. G.S. 8-97. (6/2008)
104.50A  Photographs, Videos, etc. as Substantive Evidence. G.S. 8-97. (Effective October 1, 1981). (6/2008)
104.60  Admissions. (5/2005)
104.65  Stipulations. (6/2016)
104.70  Confession. (6/2014)
104.80  Substantive Effect of Evidence of the Defendant’s CharacterDeleted. (2/1985)
104.90  Identification of Defendant as a Perpetrator of a Crime. (4/2005)
104.94  Testimony of Expert Witness. G.S. 8C-1, Rule 702. (5/2005)
104.95  Opinion Testimony by Lay Witness. G.S. 8C-1, Rule 701(a), (b). (6/2011)
104.96  Limitation on Expert Opinion Testimony. (6/2011)
104.97  Judicial Notice of Adjudicative Fact. G.S. 8C-1, Rule 201(b), (g). (5/2005)
104.98  Photo Lineup Requirements. (6/2014)

Corroboration and Impeachment of Witnesses

105.10  Religious Beliefs or Opinions. G.S. 8C-1, Rule 610. (5/2005)
105.20  Impeachment or Corroboration by Prior Statement. (6/2011)
105.21  False, Contradictory, or Conflicting Statements of Defendant. (6/2008)
105.30  Evidence Relating to the Character of a Witness (Including the Defendant) for Truthfulness. G.S. 8C-1, Rule 608. (6/2011)
105.31  Rape or Sex Offense CaseRelevance of Victim’s Past Behavior. G.S. 8C-1, Rule 412(a); (b)(1), (2), (3), and (4). (6/2011)
105.35  Impeachment of a Witness (Other Than the Defendant) by Proof of Crime. G.S. 8C-1, Rule 609. (6/2011)
105.40  Impeachment of the Defendant as a Witness by Proof of Unrelated Crime. G.S. 8C-1, Rule 609. (6/2011)
105.60  Evidence of Defendant’s Character Trait. G.S. 8C-1, Rule 404. (6/2011)
105.65  Photo Lineup Requirements. G.S. 15A-284.52 (6/2010)
105.70  Live Lineup Requirements. G.S. 15A-284.52 (6/2010)

Voir Dire Instructions

106.10  Voir Dire Instructions to Jurors in Capital Cases. G.S. 15-176.3. (8/1994)

Capital Case Sentence

107.10  Sentence in a Capital Case. G.S. 15-189, 15-194. (5/1997)

Definitions

120.10  Definition of [Intent] [Intentionally]. (6/2012)
120.11  Definition of Serious Bodily Injury. (6/2011)
120.12  Definition of Serious Injury. (6/2011)
120.20  Definition of Assault. (6/2011)

Capital Case—Sentencing Phase

150.05  Death PenaltyMental Retardation Jury Determination(with special verdict form). G.S. 15A-2005. (6/2016)
150.05A  Intellectual Disability Issue Form (6/2019)
150.10  Death PenaltyInstructions to Jury at Separate Sentencing Proceeding. G.S. 15A-2000. (6/2019)
150.10A  (App.) Death PenaltyIssues and Recommendation as to Punishment. G.S. 15A-2000. (6/2016)
150.10AS  Supplement to N.C.P.I.Crim. 150.10(App.). (1/1997)
150.11  Death PenaltyPeremptory InstructionStatutory Mitigating Circumstance(s). (10/1991)
150.12  Death PenaltyPeremptory InstructionNon-Statutory Mitigating Circumstances. (3/2005)
150.13  Meaning of Life Imprisonment. G.S. 15A-2002. (12/2004)

PART II. SUBSTANTIVE OFFENSES

General Instructions

201.10  General Attempt Charge. G.S. 14-2.5. (6/2011)
201.20  General Solicitation Charge. G.S. 14-2.6. (6/2011)

Principals and Accessories; Conspiracy

202  Series Introductory Comment to N.C.P.I.Crim. 202 Series. (5/1998)
202.10  Acting in Concert. G.S. 4-1. (6/2020)
202.19  Introductory Comment to N.C.P.I. 202.20, 202.20A, 202.25, and 202.30
202.20  Aiding and AbettingFelony, Misdemeanor. G.S. 4-1, 14-5.2. (6/2014)
202.30  Accessory before the Fact. (With Special Verdict Form). G.S. 14-5.2. (06/2011)
202.40  Accessory after the Fact. (With Special Verdict Form). G.S. 14-7. (6/2011)
202.50  Compounding a Crime (Common Law Misdemeanor). (12/2001)
202.80  Felonious Conspiracy. G.S. 14-2.4. (6/2008)

Habitual Felons

203.10  Habitual Felon. G.S. 14-7.1, 14-7.6. (6/2019)
203.10A  Habitual FelonIntroductory Remarks. (6/2016)
203.11  Violent Habitual Felon. G.S. 14-7.7. (6/2019)
203.11A  Violent Habitual FelonIntroductory Remarks. (6/2016)
203.13  Armed Habitual Felon. G.S. 14-7.36 (6/2019)

Sentencing Enhancements

204.05  Bifurcated ProceedingsModel Jury Instruction. (7/2005)
204.10  Factors That Enhance Sentence[Using] [Displaying] [Threatening to Use or Display] a Firearm While Committing a Felony. G.S. 15A-1340.16A. (12/2003)
204.15  Factors That Enhance Sentence[Wearing] [Possessing] a Bullet-Proof Vest during the Commission of a Felony. G.S. 15A-1340.16C. (6/2017)
204.20  B1 Felony, Sentencing Enhancement, Prior B1 Felony Convictions. G.S. 15A-1340.16B. (1/2004)
204.25  Aggravating Factor Instruction. G.S. 15A-1340.16. (6/2018)
204.25V  Aggravating Factor Instruction Verdict Sheet. (6/2018)
204.30  Aggravating Factors for Rape of a ChildG.S. 14-27.2A. (6/2009)
204.35  Aggravating Factors for Sexual Offense with a ChildG.S. 14-27.4a. (6/2009)
204A.10  Criminal GangActivityDischarging a Firearm from within an Enclosure. G.S. 14-34.9 (6/2018)
204A.10A  Criminal Gang ActivityDischarging a Firearm from within an Enclosure (6/2018)
204A.15  Pattern of Criminal Street Gang Activity. G.S. 14-50.16. (6/2018)
204A.20  Solicitation of Participation in Criminal Street Gang Activity. G.S. 14-50.17. (6/2018)
204A.20A  Solicitation of Participation in Criminal Gang Activity. (6/2018)
204A.25  Solicitation of Participation by a Minor in Criminal Street Gang Activity. G.S. 14-50.18. (6/2018)
204A.25A  Solicitation of Participation by a Minor in Criminal Gang Activity. (6/2018)
204A.30  Threats to Deter from Gang Withdrawal. G.S. 14-50.19. (6/2018)
204A.30A  Intimidation to Deter from Gang Withdrawal. (6/2018)
204A.32  Injury to Deter Assisting Another in Criminal Gang Withdrawal. (6/2018)
204A.35  Threats of Punishment or Retaliation for Criminal Street Gang Withdrawal. G.S. 14-50.20. (6/2018)
204A.35A  Threats of Punishment or Retaliation for Criminal Gang Withdrawal. (6/2018)
204A.38  Injury as Punishment of Withdrawal for Criminal Gang Withdrawal. (6/2018)

Prohibited Secret Societies and Activities

204A.70  Placing Burning Cross on Property of Another without Written Permission of the Owner. G.S. 14-12.12(a). (12/2001)
204A.75  Placing Burning Cross on Property of Another or on a Public Street or Highway with the Intent to Intimidate. G.S. 14-12.12(b). (6/2009)

Homicide

206  Series Homicide Punishment Chart. G.S. 14-17, 14-18, 20-141.4. (4/1998)
206.00  First Degree Murder, Premeditation and DeliberationSecond Degree Murder as Lesser Included Offense. (12/2001)
206.10  First Degree Murder Where a Deadly Weapon Is Used, Covering All Lesser Included Homicide Offenses and Self-Defense. G.S. 14-17, 14-18. (6/2020)
206.10A  First Degree MurderSpecial Instruction for Accessory before the Fact. G.S. 14-5.2. (12/2001)
206.11  First Degree Murder Where No Deadly Weapon Is Used, Covering All Lesser Included Homicide Offenses and Self-Defense. G.S. 14-17, 14-18. (6/2019)
206.12  First Degree Murder by Means of Poison (Including All Lesser Included Offenses). G.S. 14-17. (6/2014)
206.13  First Degree Murder Where a Deadly Weapon Is Used, Not Involving Self-Defense, Covering All Lesser Included Homicide Offenses. G.S. 14-17, 14-18. (6/2018)
206.14  First Degree MurderMurder Committed in Perpetration of a Felony or Murder with Premeditation and Deliberation Where a Deadly Weapon Is Used & Verdict Sheet. G.S. 14-17, 14-18. (6/2018)
206.15 First Degree Murder in Perpetration of a Felony. G.S. 14-17. (6/2014)
206.16  First Degree Murder by Lying in Wait. G.S. 14-17. (6/2014)
206.17  Solicitation to Commit Murder. G.S. 14-2.6. (1/2002)
206.17A  Attempted First Degree Murder (Where a Deadly Weapon Is Used). (3/2003)
206.20  First Degree Murder by Torture. G.S. 14-17. (6/2014)
206.22  First Degree Murder Involving Domestic Violence, Covering All Lesser Included Homicide Offenses Not Involving Self Defense. (6/2019)
206.24  First Degree Murder Involving Domestic Violence, Covering Lesser Included Homicide Offenses Not Involving Self Defense. (6/2018)
206.30  Second Degree Murder Where a Deadly Weapon Is Used, Covering All Lesser Included Homicide Offenses and Self-Defense. G.S. 14-17, 14-18. (6/2019)
206.30A  Second Degree Murder Where a Deadly Weapon Is Used, Not Including Self-Defense, Covering All Lesser Included Homicide Offenses. G.S. 14-17, 14-18. (6/2014)
206.31  Second Degree Murder Where No Deadly Weapon Is Used, Covering All Lesser Included Homicide Offenses and Self-Defense. G.S. 14-17, 14-18. (6/2014)
206.31A  Second Degree Murder Where No Deadly Weapon Is Used, Not Involving Self-Defense, Covering All Lesser Included Homicide Offenses. G.S. 14-17, 14-18. (6/2014)
206.31B  Second Degree Murder, Caused by Controlled Substance.G.S. 14-17. (6/2018)
206.32  Second Degree Murder by Vehicle, Including Involuntary Manslaughter and Misdemeanor Death by Vehicle. (Impaired Driving). G.S. 14-17, 14-18, 20-139.1, 20-141.4. (6/2014)
206.32A  Second Degree Murder by Vehicle, Including Involuntary Manslaughter and Misdemeanor Death by Vehicle. (Not Involving Impaired Driving). G.S. 14-17, 14-18, 20-139.1, 20-141.4. (6/2019)
206.35  Second Degree Murder (Child Beating) Covering Involuntary Manslaughter as a Lesser Included Offense. G.S. 14-17, 14-18, 14-318.2, -318.4. (6/2014)
206.40  Voluntary Manslaughter Including Self-Defense (In the Heat of Passion or Imperfect Self-Defense), Also Including Involuntary Manslaughter.G.S. 14-18. (6/2019)
206.41  Voluntary Manslaughter Not Involving Self-Defense. G.S. 14-18. (6/2014)
206.50  Involuntary ManslaughterOther Than by Automobile.G.S. 14-18. (6/2014)
206.55  Involuntary Manslaughter(Including Misdemeanor Death by Vehicle). G.S. 14-18, 20-141.4. (6/2014)
206.55A  Involuntary Manslaughter(Impaired Driving). (Offenses after Dec. 1, 2006). G.S. 20-141.4. (6/2014)
206.56  Involuntary Manslaughter(Impaired Driving). (Offenses prior to Dec. 1, 2006). G.S. 20-141.4. (6/2014)
206.57  Felony Death by Vehicle (offenses prior to Dec. 1, 2006).G.S. 20-141.4(a1). (6/2014)
206.57A  Felony Death by Vehicle (offenses after Dec. 1, 2006).G.S. 20-141.4(a1). (6/2014)
206.57B  Aggravated Felony Death by Vehicle. G.S. 20-141.4(a5). (6/2014)
206.57C  Felony Serious Injury by Vehicle. G.S. 20-141.4(a3). (6/2014)
206.57D  Aggravated Felony Serious Injury by Vehicle. G.S. 20-141.4(a4). (6/2014)
206.58  Misdemeanor Death by Vehicle. G.S. 20-141.4(a2). (6/2014)
206.60  Murder of Unborn ChildWillful and Malicious Act (6/2012)
206.61  Murder of Unborn ChildInherently Dangerous Act (6/2014)
206.62  Murder of Unborn Child[Murder] [Voluntary Manslaughter] Involuntary Manslaughter] of Mother (6/2012)
206.63  Murder of Unborn ChildWillful and Malicious Act.G.S. 14-23.2(a)(1). (6/2014)
206.70  Death by Distribution of Certain Controlled Substances (6/2020)
206.72  Aggravated Death by Distribution of Certain Controlled Substances (6/2020)

Rape and Sexual Offenses

207  Series Statutory Revisions Chart for Session Laws in 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019
207.10  First Degree Rape (Weapon, Serious Injury, or Multiple Assailants) and Lesser Included Offenses. G.S. 14-27.2, 14-27.3, 14-27.6, 14-33(b)(2). (6/2020)
207.10A  First Degree Forcible Rape (Weapon, Serious Injury, or Multiple Assailants) and Lesser Included Offenses. G.S. 14-27.21, 14-27.22, 14-27.34. (Offenses on or After Dec. 1, 2015). (6/2020)
207.10B  First Degree Forcible Rape (Weapon, Serious Injury, or Multiple Assailants) and Lesser Included Offenses. G.S. 14-27.21, 14-27.22, 14-27.34. (Offenses on or After Dec. 1, 2017). (6/2020)
207.11  Attempted First Degree Rape (Weapon, Serious Injury, or Multiple Assailants) Covering Attempted Second Degree Rape as a Lesser Included Offense. G.S. 14-27.2(2), 14-27.3(1), 14-27.6. (6/2020)
207.11A  Attempted First Degree Rape (Weapon, Serious Injury, or Multiple Assailants) Covering Attempted Second Degree Rape as a Lesser Included Offense. G.S. 14-27.21, 14-27.22, 14-27.34. (6/2020)
207.11B  Attempted First Degree Forcible Rape (Weapon, Serious Injury or Multiple Assailants) Covering Attempted SecondDegree Rape as a Lesser Included Offense. (Offenses on or after Dec. 1, 2017) (6/2020)
207.15  Rape of a Child. G.S. 14-27.2A. (6/2016)
207.15A  Statutory Rape of a Child by an Adult G.S. 14-27.23. (6/2016)
207.15A.1  Attempted First Degree Rape—Alleged Victim Under the Age of Thirteen Years. G.S. 14-27.2(a)(1), 14-27.8 (6/2016).
207.15A.1A  Attempted First Degree Statutory Rape—Alleged Victim Under the Age of Thirteen Years. G.S. 14-27.24(a)(1), 14-27.34. (6/2016)
207.15.1  First Degree Rape—Female under the Age of Thirteen Years. G.S. 14-27.2(1). (6/2016)
207.15.1A  First Degree Statutory Rape—Alleged Victim Under the Age of Thirteen Years. (6/2016)
207.15.2  Statutory Rape Against a Victim Who Was Thirteen, Fourteen, or Fifteen Years Old. G.S. 14-27.7A. (6/2016)
207.15.2A  Statutory Rape Against an Alleged Victim Who Is Fifteen Years of Age or Younger. G.S. 14-27.25. (6/2016)
207.15.3  Statutory Sexual Offense against a Victim Who Was Thirteen, Fourteen, or Fifteen Years Old. G.S. 14-27.7A. (6/2016)
207.15.3A   Statutory Sexual Offense of an Alleged Victim Who Was Fifteen Years of Age or Younger. G.S. 14-27.30. (6/2016)
207.20  Second Degree Rape—Forcible. G.S. 14-27.3. (6/2020)
207.20A  Second Degree Rape—Force (Victim Asleep or Similarly Incapacitated). (Offenses prior to Dec. 1, 2015) G.S. 14-27.3. (6/2020)
207.20A.1  Second Degree Rape—Forcible (Alleged Victim Asleep or Similarly Incapacitated. (Offenses on or after Dec. 1, 2015) G.S. 14-27.3 (6/2020)
207.20B  Second Degree Forcible Rape. (Offenses on or after Dec. 1, 2015) G.S. 14-27.22 (6/2020)
207.25  Second Degree Rape—Victim Mentally Disabled, Mentally Incapacitated or Physically Helpless. (Offenses prior to Dec. 1, 2015) G.S. 14-27.3. (6/2020)
207.25A  Second Degree Rape—Victim Mentally Disabled, Mentally Incapacitated or Physically Helpless. (Offenses on or after Dec. 1, 2015) G.S. 14-27.3. (6/2020)
207.40  First Degree Sexual Offense—Weapon, Serious Injury, or Multiple Assailants, Covering Second Degree Sex Offense as a Lesser Included Offense. (Offenses prior to Dec. 1, 2015) G.S. 14-27.4, 14-27.5. (6/2020)
207.40A  Attempted First Degree Sexual Offense (Weapon, Serious Injury, or Multiple Assailants) Covering Attempted Second Degree Sex Offense as a Lesser Included Offense. (Offenses on or after Dec. 1, 2015) G.S. 14-27.4(2), 14-27.5(2), 14-27.6. (6/2020)
207.40A.1  Attempted First Degree Forcible Sexual Offense—(Weapon, Serious Injury, or Multiple Assailants) Covering Attempted Second Degree Forcible Sex Offense as a Lesser Included Offense. (Offenses on or after Dec. 1, 2015) G.S. 14-27.26, 14-27.27, 14-27.34. (6/2020)
207.40B  First Degree Forcible Sexual Offense—(Weapon, Serious Injury, or Multiple Assailants) Covering Second Degree Sex Offense as a Lesser Included Offense. G.S. 14-27.26, 14-27.27. (Offenses on or After Dec. 1, 2015) (6/2020)
207.40C  First Degree Forcible Sexual Offense—(Weapon, Serious Injury, or Multiple Assailants) Covering Second Degree Sex Offense as a Lesser Included Offense. G.S. 14-27.26, 14-27.27. (Offenses on or After Dec. 1, 2017) (6/2020)
207.45  Sexual Offense with a Child. G.S. 14-27.4A. (6/2016)
207.45.1  First Degree Sexual Offense—Child under the Age of Thirteen Years. G.S. 14-27.4. (6/2016)
207.45.1A  First Degree Statutory Sexual Offense—Child under the Age of Thirteen Years. G.S. 14-27.29. (6/2016)
207.45A  Statutory Sexual Offense with a Child by an Adult. G.S. 14-27.28. (6/2016)
207.45A.1  Attempted First Degree Sexual Offense—Child under the Age of Thirteen Years. G.S. 14-27.4, 14-27.8. (6/2016)
207.45A.1A  Attempted First Degree Statutory Sexual Offense—Child Under the Age of Thirteen Years. G.S. 14-27.29, 14-27.34. (6/2016)
207.60  Second Degree Sexual Offense—Forcible. (Offenses prior to Dec. 1, 2015) G.S. 14-27.5. (6/2020)
207.60A  Second Degree Forcible Sexual Offense. (Offenses on or after Dec. 1, 2015) G.S. 14-27.27. (6/2020)
207.65  Second Degree Sexual Offense—Victim Mentally Disabled, Mentally Incapacitated or Physically Helpless. (Offenses prior to Dec. 1, 2015) G.S. 14-27.5. (6/2020)
207.65A  Second Degree Sexual Offense—Victim Mentally Disabled, Mentally Incapacitated or Physically Helpless. (Offenses on or after Dec. 1, 2015) G.S. 14-27.5. (6/2020) 
207.70  Felonious Sexual Activity with Person in Defendant’s Custody. G.S. 14-27.7. (6/2016)
207.70A  Felonious Sexual Activity with Person in Defendant’s Custody. G.S. 14-27.7. (6/2016)
207.71  DELETE SHEET. Unlawfully Accessing a Commercial Social Networking Website by a Sex Offender. G.S. 14-202.5A. (6/2018)
207.71A  Unlawful Online Conduct by a High-Risk Sex Offender That Endangers Children. G.S. 14-202.5(a). (6/2020)
207.72  Sex Offender Unlawfully on Certain Premises. G.S. 14-208.18. (6/2017)
207.73  Failure to Enroll in a Satellite-Based Monitoring Program. G.S. 14-208.44(a). (6/2008)
207.74  Failing to [Provide Necessary Information to] [Cooperate with Guidelines and Regulations of] the Department of Corrections While Required to Enroll in a Satellite-Based Monitoring Program. G.S. 14-208.44(c). (6/2008)
207.75  Willfully Failing to Comply with Sex Offender Registration Law. G.S. 14-208.11. (6/2016)
207.76  Failure to Comply with Sex Offender Residential Restrictions. G.S. 14-208.16. (6/2015)
207.77  Failure to Comply with Sex Offender Limitations on Residential Use—Minor in Residence. G.S. 14-208.17(b). (6/2007)
207.78  Intentionally [Tampering with] [Removing] [Vandalizing] [Interfering with Proper Functioning of] a Satellite-Based Monitoring Device. G.S. 14-208.44(a). (6/2008)
207.79  Failure to Comply with Sex Offender Prohibition on Working or Volunteering for Child-Involved Activities. G.S. 14-208.17(a). (6/2007)
207.80A  Felonious Sexual Activity Involving Students (by teacher, school administrator, student teacher, school safety officer, coach). G.S. 14-27.7(b). (6/2016)
207.80A.1  Felonious Sexual Activity With a Student (by Teacher, School Administrator, Student Teacher, School Safety Officer, Coach). G.S. 14-27.32. (6/2016)
207.80B  Felonious Sexual Activity Involving Students (by member of school personnel other Than teacher, school administrator, student teacher, school safety officer, coach). G.S. 14-27.7(b). (6/2016)
207.80B.1  Felonious Sexual Activity With a Student (by member of school personnel other than teacher, School Administrator, Student Teacher, School Safety Officer, Coach). G.S. 14-27.32. (6/2016)
207.90  Sexual Battery. (Offenses prior to Dec. 1, 2015) G.S. 14-27.5A. (6/2020)
207.90A  Sexual Battery. (Offenses on or after Dec. 1, 2015) G.S. 14-27.33 (6/2020)
207.95  Knowingly and Without Authority [Removing] [Destroying] [Circumventing Operation of] an Electronic Monitoring Device. G.S. 14-226.3 (6/2010)
207.97  Sexual [Contact] [Penetration] Under Pretext of Medical Treatment - Representations. G.S. 14-27.33A(b). (6/2020)
207.98  Engaging in Sexual [Contact] [Penetration] Under Pretext of Medical Treatment - Incapacitated Patient. G.S. 14-27.33A(b). (6/2020)

Assaults

208.01  Assault on [Legislative] [Executive] [Court] Officer. G.S. 14-16.6(a). (6/2011)
208.01A  Making a Violent Attack upon the [Residence] [Office] [Temporary Accommodation] [Means of Transport] of a(n) [Legislative] [Executive] [Court] Officer. G.S. 14-16.6(a). (4/2004)
208.02  Assault on a(n) [Legislative] [Executive] [Court] Officer with a Deadly Weapon. G.S. 14-16.6(a), (b). (4/2004)
208.02A  Making a Violent Attack with a Deadly Weapon upon the [Residence] [Office] [Temporary Accommodation] [Means of Transport] of a(n) [Legislative] [Executive] [Court] Officer. G.S. 14-16.6(a), (b). (4/2004)
208.03  Assault on a(n) [Legislative] [Executive] [Court] Officer Inflicting Serious Injury. G.S. 14-16.6(c). (4/2004)
208.03A Making a Violent Attack upon the [Residence] [Office] [Temporary Accommodation] [Means of Transport] of a(n) [Legislative] [Executive] [Court] Officer Inflicting Serious Injury to a(n) [Legislative] [Executive] [Court] Officer. G.S. 14-16.6(c). (4/2004)
208.04  Threatening to Kill or Inflict Serious Bodily Injury upon a Person as a Retaliation Against a [Legislative] [Executive] [Court] Officer. G.S. 14-16.7(a), 14-16.8. (6/2020)
208.04A  Mailing a Threat to Kill or Inflict Serious Bodily Injury upon a(n) [Legislative] [Executive] [Court] Officer. G.S. 14-16.7(b), 14-16.8. (4/2004)
208.04B  Threatening to Kill or Inflict Serious Bodily Injury Upon a Person as Retaliation Against a [Legislative] [Executive] [Court] Officer. (6/2019)
208.04C   Mailing a Threat to Kill or Inflict Serious Bodily Injury Upon a Person as Retaliation Against a [Legislative] [Executive] [Court] Officer. (6/2019)
208.05  Malicious Castration. G.S. 14-28, -29. (3/2002)
208.06  Castration or Other Maiming without Malice Aforethought. G.S. 14-29. (3/2002)
208.07  Malicious Maiming. G.S. 14-30. (3/2002)
208.08  Malicious Throwing of Corrosive Acid or Alkali. G.S. 14-30.1. (3/2002)
208.09  Malicious Assault and Battery in a Secret Manner with a Deadly Weapon with Intent to Kill. G.S. 14-31. (3/2002)
208.10  Assault with a Deadly Weapon with Intent to Kill Inflicting Serious Injury. G.S. 14-32(a). (3/2002) F C
208.13  Hazing. G.S. 14-35. (4/2004)
208.14  Assault upon a Sports Official. G.S. 14-33(b)(9). (6/2011)
208.15   Assault with a Deadly Weapon Inflicting Serious Injury. G.S. 14-32(b). (6/2008)
208.16  Felonious Assault Inflicting Serious Bodily Injury. G.S. 14-32.4. (3/2002)
208.25  Assault with a Deadly Weapon with Intent to Kill. G.S. 14-32(c). (3/2002)
208.30  Assault Offense Classification Chart. (12/1995)
208.40  Simple Assault—(Not Involving Physical Contact) G.S. 14-33(a). (6/2011)
208.40A  Simple Assault on an Individual with a Disability. G.S. 14-32.1(f). (6/2019)
208.41  Simple Assault—(Involving Physical Contact) G.S. 14-33(a). (6/2010)
208.43  Simple Affray. G.S. 14-33. (6/2017)
208.45  Habitual Misdemeanor Assault (before 12/1/2004). G.S. 14-33.2. (6/2011)
208.45A  Habitual Misdemeanor Assault (on or after 12/1/2004). G.S. 14-33.2. (6/2017)
208.45A.1  Habitual Misdemeanor Assault (defendant admits priors). G.S. 14-33.2. (6/2017)
208.50  Assault with a Deadly Weapon. G.S. 14-33(c)(1). (3/2002)
208.50A  Aggravated Assault on an Individual with a Disability. G.S. 14-32.1(e). (6/2019)
208.55  Assault Attempting to Inflict Serious Injury. G.S. 14-33(c)(1). (3/2002)
208.60  Assault Inflicting Serious Injury. G.S. 14-33(c)(1). (6/2020)
208.61  Assault Inflicting Physical Injury by Strangulation. G.S. 14- 32.4. (2/2005)
208.65  Assault by a Prisoner with a Deadly Weapon Inflicting Bodily Injury. G.S. 14-258.2. (3/2002)
208.67   Malicious Conduct by a Prisoner—Throwing of [Bodily Fluids] [Excrement] [Unknown Substance] by a Prisoner at a [State] [Local Government] Employee in the Performance of Employee’s Duties. G.S. 14-258.4. (6/2019)
208.68   Malicious Conduct by a Prisoner—Exposing Genitalia by a Prisoner to an Employee of [State] [Local Government] in the Performance of Employee's Duties. G.S. 14-258.4. (6/2019) 
208.70  Assault on a Female by a Male Person. G.S. 14-33(c)(2). (6/2015)
208.72  Assault by [Inflicting Serious Injury] [Using a Deadly Weapon] in the Presence of a Minor G.S. 14-33(d). (6/2017)
208.75  Assault on a Child under the Age of Twelve Years. G.S. 14-33(c)(3). (6/2011)
208.76  Assault on an Unborn Child (6/2012)
208.77  Assault Inflicting Serious Bodily Injury—Unborn Child 6/2012)
208.80  Series—Notes to 208.80, 208.80A, 208.80B, 208.80C
208.80  Index to Instructions in 208.81 Series. Assault on an Officer—Arrest Situations. G.S. 14-33(c)(4); 15A-401. (6/2015)
208.81  Model Instruction—Assault on an Officer—Arrest Situations. G.S. 14-33(c)(4); 15A-401. (6/2015)
208.81A  Assault on an Officer—Arrest Situations (Only Officer’s and Defendant’s Force in Dispute). G.S. 14-33(c)(4). (6/2015)
208.81B  Assault on an Officer and Simple Assault—Arrest Situations (Issues as to Lawfulness of Arrest and Defendant’s Force). G.S. 14-33(c)(4); 15A-401, 15A-402. (6/2015)
208.81C  Assault on an Officer and Simple Assault—Arrest Situations (Issues as to Lawfulness of Arrest without a Warrant, and as to Force Used by Officer and Defendant). G.S.14-33(c)(4). (6/2015)
208.81D  Simple Assault—Arrest Situations (Issue as to Force Used by Defendant to Resist Unlawful Arrest). G.S. 14-33(c)(4). (6/2015)
208.81E  Assault on an Officer—Arrest Situations (Issues as to Officer Status of Victim, Fact of Arrest, and Lawfulness of Arrest—Neither Officer’s Nor Defendant’s Force in Dispute). G.S. 14-33(c)(4). (6/2015)
208.81F  Assault on an Officer and Simple Assault—Arrest Situations (All Issues in Dispute). G.S. 14-33(c)(4). (6/2015)
208.81G  Assault on [[Law Enforcement] [Probation] [Parole] Officer] [Person Employed at a [State] [Local] Detention Facility]. G.S. 14-34.7. (6/2013)
208.82  Assault upon an Officer or Employee of the State or of Any Political Subdivision of the State or Public Transit Operator. G.S. 14-33(c)(4). (6/2011)
208.83  Assault upon a School Employee or Volunteer. G.S. 14-33(c)(6). (6/2011)
208.84  Ethnic Intimidation. G.S. 14-401.14. (4/2002)
208.85  Assault by Pointing a Gun. G.S. 14-34. (4/2002)
208.90  Discharging a Firearm into Occupied Property. G.S. 14-34.1. (6/2020)
208.90A  Discharging Barreled Weapon into Occupied Property. G.S. 14-34.1. (6/2011)
208.90B  [Discharging] [Attempting to Discharge] a Firearm Within an Occupied Building or Other Enclosure With Intent to Incite Fear. G.S. 14-34.10. (6/2018)
208.90C  Discharging a Barreled Weapon into Occupied Dwelling. G.S. 14-34.1. (6/2016)
208.90D  Discharging a Firearm into Occupied Vehicle in Operation. G.S. 14-34.1(b). (6/2011)
208.90E  Discharging a Barreled Weapon into Occupied Vehicle in Operation. G.S. 14-34.1(b). (6/2011)
208.90F  Discharging a Firearm into Occupied Property Inflicting Serious Bodily Injury. G.S. 14-34.1(c). (6/2011)
208.90G  Discharging a Barreled Weapon into Occupied Property Inflicting Serious Bodily Injury. G.S. 14-34.1(c). 6/2011)
208.90H  Discharging a Firearm into Occupied Dwelling Inflicting Serious Bodily Injury. G.S. 14-34.1(c). (6/2011)
208.90I  Discharging a Barreled Weapon into Occupied Dwelling Inflicting Serious Bodily Injury. G.S. 14-34.1(c). (6/2011)
208.90J  Discharging a Firearm into Occupied Vehicle in Operation Inflicting Serious Bodily Injury. G.S. 14-34.(c). (6/2011)
208.90K  Discharging a Barreled Weapon into Occupied Vehicle in Operation Inflicting Serious Bodily Injury. G.S. 14-34.1(c). (6/2011)
208.94  Assault Inflicting [Serious Bodily] [Serious] Injury on a [Law Enforcement] [Probation] [Parole] Officer] [Person Employed at a [State] [Local] Detention Facility]. G.S. 14-34.7. (6/2017)
208.95  Assault with a Firearm on a Law Enforcement, Probation, or Parole Officer or on a Person Employed at a State or Local Detention Facility. G.S. 14-34.5. (11/1998)
208.95A  Assault with a Firearm or Other Deadly Weapon upon Emergency Medical Services Personnel. G.S. 14-34.6. (2/1999)
208.95B  Assault with a Firearm or Other Deadly Weapon upon an Officer or Employee of the State or of any Political Subdivision of the State, Company Police Officer, or Campus Police Officer. G.S. 14-34.2. (3/1999)
208.95C  Assault on [[Law Enforcement] [Probation] [Parole] Officer] [Member of the North Carolina National Guard] [Person Employed at a [State] [Local] Detention Facility] G.S. 14-34.7(c) (6/2017)
208.95D  Assault on [Firefighter] [Emergency Medical Technician] [Emergency Health Care Provider] [Medical Responder] [Emergency Department Personnel] (6/2018)
208.95E  [Serious Bodily Injury Inflicted] [Deadly Weapon Used Other Than a Firearm] in Assault on [Firefighter] [Emergency Medical Technician] [Emergency Health Care Provider] [Medical Responder] [Emergency Department Personnel] (6/2012)
208.95F  Assault on Emergency Personnel—Dangerous [Weapon] [Substance] (6/2012)
208.95G  Assault on Emergency Personnel—Physical Injury (6/2012)
208.96A  Adulteration or Misbranding of Food, Drugs or Cosmetics with Intent to Inflict Serious Injury or Death. G.S. 14-34.4(a). (4/2002)
208.96B  Extortion by Adulteration or Misbranding of Food, Drugs, or Cosmetics. G.S. 14-34.4(b). (4/2002)

Kidnapping

210.15  False Imprisonment. (4/2002)
210.20 First Degree Kidnapping (Hostage, Ransom, Shield, or Terror) Covering Second Degree Kidnapping as a Lesser Included Offense. G.S. 14-39. (6/2011)
210.25  First Degree Kidnapping (To Commit Felony or Serious Injury) Covering Second Degree Kidnapping as a Lesser Included Offense. G.S. 14-39. (6/2016)
210.26  First Degree Kidnapping (Involuntary Servitude) Covering Second Degree Kidnapping as a Lesser Included Offense. G.S. 14-39; 14-43.2. (3/2005)
210.30  Second Degree Kidnapping (Hostage, Ransom, Shield, or Terror). G.S. 14-39. (6/2017)
210.35  Second Degree Kidnapping (to Commit Felony or Serious Injury). G.S. 14-39. (6/2017)
210.36  Second Degree Kidnapping (Involuntary Servitude). G.S. 14-39; 14-43.2. (4/2002)
210.40  Felonious Restraint. G.S. 14-43.3. (6/2011)
210.50  Involuntary Servitude (offenses prior to Dec. 1, 2006). G.S. 14-43.2. (6/2011)
210.50A  Involuntary Servitude (offenses after Dec. 1, 2006). G.S. 14-43.12. (6/2019)
210.52  Involuntary Servitude of a Minor. G.S. 14-43.12. (6/2019)
210.60  Child Abduction. G.S. 14-41. (6/2011)
210.70  Sexual Servitude. G.S. 14-43.13. (6/2020)
210.72  Sexual Servitude of a Minor. G.S. 14-43.13. (6/2020)
210.80  Human Trafficking Involving Involuntary Servitude. G.S. 14-43.11. (6/2019)
210.82  Human Trafficking Involving Sexual Servitude. G.S. 14-43.11. (6/2020)
210.84  Human Trafficking of a Minor Involving Involuntary Servitude. G.S. 14-43.11. (6/2019)
210.86  Human Trafficking of a Minor Involving Sexual Servitude. G.S. 14-43.11. (6/2020)
210.88  Unlawful [Sale] [Surrender] [Purchase] of a Minor. G.S. 14-43.14. (6/2019)
210.89  Promoting Travel for Unlawful Sexual Conduct. G.S. 14-208.1(b). (6/2020)
210.90  Unlawful Transfer of Custody of a Minor Child by a Parent. G.S. 14-321.2(a)(1). (6/2017)
210.91  Unlawful Transfer of Custody of a Minor Child by a Parent Resulting in Serious Physical Injury. G.S. 14-321.2(a)(1). (6/2017)
210.92  Unlawful Acceptance of Custody of a Minor Child from a Parent. G.S. 14-321.2(a)(2). (6/2017)
210.93  Unlawful Acceptance of Custody of a Minor Child from a Parent Resulting in Serious Physical Injury. G.S. 14-321.2(a)(2). (6/2017)
210.94  Unlawful Advertising, Recruiting, Soliciting, or Otherwise Aiding, Abetting, Conspiring or Assisting in the Unlawful Transfer of Custody of a Minor. G.S. 14-321.2(a)(3). (6/2017)
210.95  Unlawful Advertising, Recruiting, Soliciting, or Otherwise Aiding, Abetting, Conspiring or Assisting in the Unlawful Transfer of Custody of a Minor Resulting in Serious Physical Injury. G.S. 14-321.2(a)(3). (6/2017)
210.96  Knowingly Mutilating the Female Genitals of a Child Less Than 18 Years of Age. G.S. 14-28.1. (6/2020)
210.97  [Consenting to] [Permitting] the Mutilation of the Female Genitals of a Child Less Than 18 Years of Age. G.S. 14-28.1. (6/2020)
210.98  Knowingly [Removing] [Permitting the Removal of] a Child Less Than 18 Years of Age from the State for the Purpose of Mutilating the Child's Genitals. G.S. 14-28.1. (6/2020)

Abortion and Similar Offenses

211.50  Concealing Birth of a Child. G.S. 14-46. (5/2002)
211.60  Unlawful Sale of the Remains of an Unborn Child From [Abortion] [Miscarrage]. G.S. 14-46.1 (6/2016)

Libel and Slander

212.10  Communicating Libelous Matter to Newspapers. G.S. 14-47. (5/2002)

Use of Explosives or Incendiary Devices

213.10  Malicious Use of Explosive or Incendiary Device—Personal Injury. G.S. 14-49(a). (5/2002)
213.15  Malicious Use of Explosive or Incendiary Device—Property Damage. G.S. 14-49(b). (5/2002)
213.20  Malicious Damage of Occupied Property by Use of Explosive or Incendiary [Device] [Material]. G.S. 14-49.1. (11/2003)
213.25  Maliciously Damaging Church or Other Building of Worship by Use of an Explosive or Incendiary Device. G.S. 14-49(b1). (1/2004)
213.30  Maliciously Damaging State or Local Government Buildings by Use of an Explosive or Incendiary Device. G.S. 14/49(b2). (1/2004)

Burglary and Breaking and Entering

214.10  First Degree Burglary Covering Second Degree Burglary, Felonious Breaking or Entering, and Nonfelonious Breaking or Entering as Lesser Included Offenses. G.S. 14-51, -52, -54. (6/2011)
214.11  Second-Degree Burglary. G.S. 14-51, -52. (6/2011)
214.20  Habitual Breaking or Entering (6/2018)
214.30  Felonious Breaking or Entering. G.S. 14-54. (5/2002)
214.31  First-Degree Trespass. G.S. 14-159.12. (6/2019)
214.31A  Second-Degree Trespass. G.S. 14-159.13. (5/2002)
214.31B  First-Degree Trespass. G.S. 14-159.12(f). (6/2017)
214.32  Felonious Breaking or Entering. G.S. 14-54. Felonious Larceny—Pursuant to a Breaking or Entering Where the Property Is Worth More Than $1,000. G.S. 14-70, 14-72(a),(b)(2). (6/2012)
214.34  Misdemeanor Breaking or Entering. G.S. 14-54. (5/2002)
214.35  Possession without Lawful Excuse of an Implement of Housebreaking. G.S. 14-55. (6/2011)
214.40  Breaking or Entering into Motor Vehicle. G.S. 14-56. (6/2016)
214.41  Preparation to Commit Breaking or Entering into Motor Vehicles (misd)—Possession of a Motor Vehicle [Master Key] [Manipulative Key] [Lock-Picking Device] [Hot Wiring Device]. G.S. 14-56.4(b). (6/2006)
214.42  Preparation to Commit Breaking or Entering into Motor Vehicles (felony and misd)—Possession of a Motor Vehicle [Master Key] [Manipulative Key] [Lock-Picking Device] [Hot Wiring Device]. G.S. 14-56.4(b). (6/2006)
214.43  Preparation to Commit Breaking or Entering into Motor Vehicles (misd)—[Buying] [Selling] [Transferring] a Motor Vehicle [Master Key] [Manipulative Key] [Key Cutting Device] [Lock-Picking Device] [Hot Wiring Device]. G.S. 14-56.4(c). (6/2006)
214.44  Preparation to Commit Breaking or Entering into Motor Vehicles (felony and misd)—[Buying] [Selling] [Transferring] a Motor Vehicle [Master Key] [Manipulative Key] [Key Cutting Device] [Lock-Picking Device] [Hot Wiring Device]. G.S. 14-56.4(c). (6/2006)
214.45  Felonious Breaking or Entering—Place of Religious Worship. G.S. 14-54.1. (6/2006)
214.47  Felonious Breaking or Entering—Intent to [Injure] [Terrorize] Occupant. G.S. 14-54. (6/2014)
214.50  (Misdemeanor) Opening Coin- or Currency-Operated Machines by Unauthorized Use of [a Key] [an Instrument]. G.S. 14-56.1. (5/2002)
214.51  Opening Coin- or Currency-Operated Machines by Unauthorized Use of [a Key] [an Instrument]. G.S. 14-56.1. (5/2002)
214.55  (Misdemeanor) Breaking into Coin- or Currency-Operated Machines. G.S. 14-56.1, -56.3. (5/2002)
214.56  Breaking into Coin- or Currency-Operated Machines. G.S. 14-56.1, -56.3. (5/2002)
214.60  Destroying or Damaging Coin- or Currency-Operated Machines. G.S. 14-56.2. (5/2002)
214.65  Burglary with Explosives or Acetylene Torch. G.S. 14-57. (5/2002)
214.70  Breaking or Entering of a Pharmacy with the Intent to Commit Larceny of a Controlled Substance. G.S. 14-54.2. (6/2020)

Arson and Other Burnings

215.11  First Degree Arson (Including Second Degree Arson, Burning an Uninhabited House). G.S. 14-58, -62. (5/2002)
215.11A  First Degree Arson, Burning a Structure within the Curtilage of the Dwelling House (Including Second Degree Arson, Burning an Uninhabited House). G.S. 14-58, -62. (3/2005)
215.12  Second Degree Arson. G.S. 14-58. (5/2002)
215.25  Wanton and Willful Burning—Property (Including Note on Specific Buildings and Structures Named in Art. 15). G.S. 14-58 through 14-67.1. (5/2002)
215.30  Wanton and Willful Burning of a [Boat] [Barge] [Ferry] [Float]. G.S. 14-63. (5/2002)
215.35  Wanton and Willful Burning of a [Ginhouse] [Tobacco House] [Miscellaneous Structure]. G.S. 14-64, -67.1. (5/2002)
215.40  Wanton and Willful or Fraudulent Burning of a Dwelling House by the Owner or Occupant. G.S. 14-65. (5/2002)
215.45  Burning Personal Property with Intent to Injure or Prejudice. G.S. 14-66. (5/2002)
215.50  Arson or Other Unlawful Burning Resulting in Serious Bodily Injury to a Firefighter or Emergency Medical Technician. G.S. 14-69.3. (6/2019)
215.60   Burning Caused During Commission of Another Felony. G.S. 14-67.2 (6/2019)
215.85  Making a False Report concerning a Destructive Device. (Other Than Public Building). G.S. 14-69.1(a). (6/2006)
215.85B  Making a False Report concerning a Destructive Device—(Public Building). G.S. 14-69.1(c). (6/2006)
215.86  Perpetrating Hoax by Use of a False Bomb or Other Device— (Other Than Public Building). G.S. 14-69.2(a). (2/2000)
215.86B  Perpetrating Hoax by Use of a False Bomb or Other Device—(Public Building). G.S. 14-69.2(c). (2/2000)
215.87  Making a False Report concerning a Threat of Mass Violence on Educational Property. G.S. 14-277.5(b). (6/2008)
215.90  Communicating a Threat of Mass Violence on Educational Property. G.S. 14-277.6. (6/2019)
215.91   Communicating a Threat of Mass Violence at a Place of Religious Worship. G.S. 14-277.7. (6/2019)

Larceny

216.05  Misdemeanor Larceny. G.S. 14-72(a). (6/2013)
216.07  Larceny of Motor Fuel Valued at Less Than $1,000. G.S. 14-72.5(a). (6/2010)
216.08  Felonious Larceny—Habitual Misdemeanor Larceny. G.S. 14-72(b)(6). (6/2013)
216.10  Felonious Larceny—Goods Worth More Than $1,000. G.S. 14-70, -72(a). (6/2010)
216.11  Felonious Larceny—[Explosive Device] [Incendiary Device]. G.S. 14-70, -72(b)(3). (2/2000)
216.11A  Felonious Larceny—Firearm. G.S. 14-70, -72(b)(4). (12/1999)
216.13  Larceny of Chose in Action. G.S. 14-75. (6/2017)
216.15  Felonious Larceny by Trick. G.S. 14-70, -72. (5/2002)
216.20  Felonious Larceny—From the Person. G.S. 14-70, -72(b)(1). (6/2011)
216.30  Felonious Larceny—Pursuant to Breaking/Entering Offense. G.S. 14-70, -72(b)(2). (5/2002)
216.35  Felonious Larceny—Pursuant to Breaking/Entering Offense Where the Property Is Worth More Than $1,000. G.S. 14-70, -72(a), (b)(2). (5/2002)
216.36  Larceny from a Permitted Construction Site—Goods Worth More Than $300 but Less Than $1,000. G.S. 14-72.6. (6/2006)
216.37  Felonious Larceny—Motor Vehicle Parts Worth More Than $1,000. G.S. 14-72.8 (6/2010)
216.40  Feloniously Receiving Stolen Goods—Goods Worth More Than $1,000. G.S. 14-71, -72. (5/2002)
216.41  Feloniously Receiving Stolen Goods from a Permitted Construction Site—Goods Valued in Excess of $300 and Less Than $1,000. G.S. 14-72.6. (6/2006)
216.42  Felonious [Receiving] [Possessing] Property in the Custody of a Law Enforcement Agency. G.S. 14-71(b). (6/2009)
216.43  Receiving Stolen Controlled Substances - Pursuant to a Breaking or Entering of a Pharmacy. G.S. 14-54.2(c). (6/2020)
216.45  Feloniously Receiving Stolen Goods Pursuant to a Breaking or Entering. G.S. 14-71, -72. (5/2002)
216.46  Misdemeanor Possession of Stolen Goods. G.S. 14-70, -72(a). (5/2002)
216.47  Felonious Possession of Stolen Goods—Goods Worth More Than $1,000. G.S. 14-70, -71.1, -72(a). (5/2002)
216.48  Possession of Property Stolen Pursuant to a Breaking or Entering. G.S. 14-71.1, -72(b)(1) and (2). (5/2002)
216.48A  Felonious Possession of Stolen Goods—Stolen Pursuant to a Breaking or Entering or Worth More Than $1,000 (Including Non-Felonious Possession). G.S. 14-71.1, -72(b)(1) and (2). (6/2008)
216.48B  Felonious Possession of Controlled Substances—Stolen Pursuant to a Breaking or Entering of a Pharmacy. G.S. 14-54.2(c). (6/2020)
216.49  Possession of Stolen Explosives, Firearms, Public Records. G.S. 14-71.1, -72(b)(3), (4), and (5). (5/2002)
216.49A  Possession of Feloniously Taken Property Other Than by Larceny (e.g., Embezzlement). G.S. 14-70, -71.1, -72(a). (5/2002)
216.49B  Possession of Stolen Firearm. G.S. 14-71.1 and -72(b)(4). (5/2002)
216.49C  Felonious Possession of Stolen Goods from Permitted Construction Site—Goods Valued in Excess of $300 but Less Than $1,000. G.S. 14-72.6. (6/2006)
216.50  Willfully Concealing the Merchandise of a Store—Shoplifting. G.S. 14-72.1(a). (3/2003)
216.52  Larceny by Price Tag Change. G.S. 14-72.1(d). (5/2002)
216.55  Willfully Concealing the Merchandise of a Store—Using Lead- or Aluminum-Lined Bag or Article of Clothing to Prevent Activation of Anti-Shoplifting Device or Inventory Control Device. G.S. 14-72.1(a), (d1). (5/2004)
216.56  Larceny from a Merchant. G.S. 14-72.11. (6/2018)
216.57  Organized Retail Theft. G.S. 14-86.6(a)(1). (6/2018)
216.57A  Organized Retail Theft Conspiracy — Retail Property with Value Exceeding $20,000, Aggregated Over 90-Day Period. (6/2018)
216.58  [Receiving] [Possessing] Retail Property Obtained by Organized Retail Theft. G.S. 14-86.6(a)(2). (6/2009)
216.59  Organized Retail Theft — Acting as Leader. (6/2018)
216.60  Larceny by an Employee. G.S. 14-74. (3/1998)
216.60A  Larceny by an Employee. G.S. 14-74, -75. (4/1998) (12/97)
216.61  Appropriation of Partnership Funds by Partner to Personal Use. G.S. 14-97. (5/1998)
216.62  Embezzlement by Insurance Agents, Brokers, or Administrators. G.S. 58-2-162. (6/2010)
216.70  Felonious [Altering] [Destroying] [Disassembling] [Dismantling] [Reassembling] [Storing] of Any [Motor Vehicle] [Motor Vehicle Part] Obtained by [Theft] [Fraud] [Other Illegal Means]. G.S. 14-72.7(a)(1). (6/2014)
216.71  Felonious Permitting of Chop Shop Activity on Property. G.S. 14-72.7(a)(2). (6/2014)
216.72  Felonious [Purchasing] [Disposing] [Selling] [Transferring] [Receiving] [Possessing] of [Motor Vehicles] [Motor Vehicle Parts] with an Altered [Vehicle Identification Number] [Vehicle Part Identification Number]. G.S. 14-72.7(a)(3). (6/2014)
216.73  Felonious [Purchasing] [Disposing of] [Selling] [Transferring] [Receiving] [Possessing] [Motor Vehicles] [Motor Vehicle Parts] from a Person Engaged in a Chop Shop Activity. G.S. 14-72.7(a)(4). (6/2014)
216.77   Purchase of Vehicles for the Purpose of Scrap Parts Only and Failing to Comply with Certain Requirements Mandated by Law. G.S. 20-62.1. (6/2019)
216.80  Purchase of Regulated Metals by Secondary Metals Recyclers from Other Than a Fixed Location. G.S. 66-11(d)(1). (6/2008)
216.81  [Purchasing] [Receiving] of Regulated Metals by Secondary Metals Recyclers from (a) Minor(s). G.S. 66-11(d)(1). (6/2008)
216.82  [Cutting] [Mutilating] [Defacing] [Otherwise Injuring] Property to Obtain Nonferrous Metals—Property [Injury] [Loss in Value] [Repairs] [Loss Including Fixtures or Improvements] Less than $1,000. G.S. 14-159.4(c)(1) (6/2013)
216.83  [Cutting] [Mutilating] [Defacing] [Otherwise Injuring] Property to Obtain Nonferrous Metals—Property [Injury] [Loss in Value] [Repairs] [Loss Including Fixtures or Improvements] $1,000 or More (But Less than $10,000). G.S. 14-159.4(c)(1) (6/2013)
216.84  [Cutting] [Mutilating] [Defacing] [Otherwise Injuring] Property to Obtain Nonferrous Metals—Property [Injury] [Loss in Value] [Repairs] [Loss Including Fixtures or Improvements] $10,000 or More. G.S. 14-159.4(c)(1) (6/2013)
216.85  [Cutting] [Mutilating] [Defacing] [Otherwise Injuring] Property to Obtain Nonferrous Metals—Serious Injury. G.S. 14-159.4(c)(2) (6/2013)
216.86  [Cutting] [Mutilating] [Defacing] [Otherwise Injuring] Property to Obtain Nonferrous Metals—Serious Bodily Injury. G.S. 14-159.4(c)(3). (6/2013)
216.87  [Cutting] [Mutilating] [Defacing] [Otherwise Injuring] Property to Obtain Nonferrous Metals—Death. G.S. 14-159.4 (c)(4) (6/2013)
216.88  [Cutting] [Mutilating] [Defacing] [Otherwise Injuring] Property to Obtain Nonferrous Metals—Critical Infrastructure. G.S. 14-159.4 (c)(5) (6/2013)
216.90  Unauthorized Use of a Conveyance. G.S. 14-72.2. (5/2002)
216.93  Larceny of Pinestraw. G.S. 14-79.1. (11/1998)
216.95  Felonious Larceny of Ungathered Crops. G.S. 14-78. (5/2002)
216.96  Felonious Larceny of Horses, Mules, Swine, Cattle, or Dogs. G.S. 14-81. (2/2003)
216.97  Unlawful Taking and Carrying Away of Any [Horse] [Mare] [Gelding] [Mule] [Dog] with the Intent to Deprive the Owner of the [Special] [Temporary] Use of Such Property. G.S. 14-82. (2/2003)
216.98  Unlawful Taking and Carrying Away of Any [Horse] [Mare] [Gelding] [Mule] [Dog] with the Intent to Use Such Property for a [Special] [Temporary] Purpose. G.S. 14-82. (2/2003)

Robbery

217.10  Common Law Robbery. G.S. 4-1, 14-2, 14-87.1. (6/2016)
217.20  Robbery with a Firearm. G.S. 14-87. (6/2020)
217.25  Attempted Robbery with a Firearm. G.S. 14-87. (5/2003)
217.30  Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon—Other Than a Firearm Covering Common Law Robbery as a Lesser Included Offense. G.S. 14-87, 14-87.1, 14.1, 14.2. (6/2018)
217.50  Safecracking—By Explosives, Drills, or Tools. G.S. 14-89.1(a)(1). (6/2017)
217.51  Safecracking—By Stolen or Fraudulently Acquired Implement or Means. G.S. 14-89.1(a)(2). (6/2017)
217.52  Safecracking—By Use Of [[Master Key] [Duplicate Key] [Device] [[Made] [Obtained]] in an Unauthorized Manner] [Stethoscope] [Listening Device] [Surreptitious Means]. G.S. 14-89.1(a)(3). (6/2017)
217.53  Safecracking—All Other Means. G.S. 14-89.1(a)(3) and (4). (6/2017)
217.54  Safecracking—Removing Safe or Vault from Premises. G.S. 14-89.1(b). (5/2003)

Embezzlement

218.10  Embezzlement of Property by Virtue of Office or Employment. G.S. 14-90, 58-2-162. (6/2010)
218.10A  Embezzlement of Property Valued at $100,000 or More by Virtue of Office or Employment. G.S. 14-90; 58-2-162. (6/2010)
218.15  Embezzlement of Property by Virtue of Office or Employment. G.S. 14-90, 58-2-162, 45A-3. (6/2010)
218.15A  Embezzlement of Property Valued at $100,000 or More by Virtue of Office or Employment. G.S. 14-90, 58-2-162, 45A-3. (6/2010)
218.20  Willful Misapplication of Corporate Moneys, Funds or Credits. G.S. 14-254. (5/2003)
218.21  Unauthorized Issuance of Corporate Instruments. G.S. 14-254. (5/2003)
218.22  False Entries by Corporate Officers or Agents. G.S. 14-254. (5/2003)
218.25  Embezzlement of State Property by Public Officers and Employees. G.S. 14-91. (6/2010)
218.25A  Embezzlement of State Property Valued at $100,000 or More Public Officers and Employees. G.S. 14-91. (6/2010)
218.30  [Misapplication] [Embezzlement] of Bank Funds (6/2013) C, H

False Pretenses and Cheats

219.10  Obtaining Property by False Pretenses. G.S. 14-100. (6/2020)
219.10A  Obtaining Property by False Pretenses (Value of Property $100,000 or More). G.S. 14-100. (6/2020)
219.11  Fraudulent Misrepresentation Involving Child Care Subsidies. G.S. 110-107. (4/2000)
219.20  Obtaining Advances under Promise to Work. G.S. 14-104. (10/1998)
219.40  Obtaining Property in Return for Worthless Check, with Intent to Cheat and Defraud. G.S. 14-106. (3/2003)
219.50A  Worthless Check—Insufficient Funds (Less Than $2,000). G.S. 14-107(a), (d)(1). (6/2014)
219.51A  Worthless Check—Insufficient Funds (More Than $2,000). G.S. 14-107(a), (d). (6/2014)
219.52  Worthless Check—Drawn on Non-Existent Account. G.S. 14-107(d)(3). (5/2000)
219.53  Worthless Check—Drawn on Closed Account. G.S. 14-107(d)(4). (5/2000)

Credit Card Crime Act

219B.10  Credit Card (Financial Transaction Card) Theft. G.S. 14-113.9(a)(1). (4/2003)
219B.11  Credit Card (Financial Transaction Card) Theft—Receiving Stolen Card. G.S. 14-113.9(a)(1). (4/2003)
219B.20  Credit Card (Financial Transaction Card) Theft—Use of Lost, Mislaid, or Mistakenly Delivered Card. G.S. 14-113.9(a)(2). (4/2003)
219B.25  Credit Card (Financial Transaction Card) Theft—Buying a Credit Card. G.S. 14-113.9(a)(3). (5/2003)
219B.26  Credit Card (Financial Transaction Card) Theft—Selling a Credit Card. G.S. 14-113.9(a)(3). (5/2003)
219B.30  Forgery of a Credit Card (Financial Transaction Card)—Making or Embossing Credit Card. G.S. 14-113.11(a)(1). (4/2003)
219B.31  Forgery or Uttering of a Forged Credit Card (Financial Transaction Card)—Falsely Encoded, Duplicated, Altered, or Uttered. G.S. 14-113.11(a)(2). (4/2003)
219B.35  Forgery of a Credit Card (Financial Transaction Card)—Unauthorized Signing of a Credit Card. G.S. 14-113.11(a)(3). (4/2003)
219B.40  Credit Card (Financial Transaction Card) Fraud—Credit Card Stolen, Forged, Falsely Represented, Expired, or Revoked. G.S. 14-113.13(a)(1)(2); (b). (4/2003)
219B.41  Credit Card Fraud—False Representation as to Holding or Issuance of Card. G.S. 14-113.13(a)(2). (5/2003)
219B.42  Credit Card Fraud—Where Defendant Held or Controlled Card as Security for Debt. G.S. 14-113.13(a)(3). (5/2003)
219B.43  Credit Card Fraud—By Furnisher of Goods and Services. G.S. 14-113.13(b)(1). (4/2003)
219B.44  Credit Card (Financial Transaction Card)—Fraud by Misrepresentation to Issuer. G.S. 14-113.13(b)(2). (4/2003)
219B.50  Criminal Possession of Incomplete Credit Cards (Financial Transaction Card). G.S. 14-113.14(a)(1). (4/2003)
219B.55  Criminal Possession of Credit Card (Financial Transaction Card)—Reproduction Device. G.S. 14-113.14(a)(2). (4/2003)
219B.60  Credit Card Fraud—Criminal Factoring of Transaction Card Records of Sale. G.S. 14-113.15A. (4/2003)
219B.80  Identity Theft. G.S. 14-113.20, 14-113.22. (6/2020)
219B.80A  Identity Theft—Financial Identity Fraud Resulting in Another Person’s Arrest, Detention, or Conviction of a Criminal Offense. G.S. 14-113.20, -113.22. (6/2010)
219B.80B  Identity Theft—Posession of Identifying Information Pertaining to Three or More Persons. G.S. 14-113.20, -113.22. (6/2010)
219B.85  Identity Theft—Trafficking in Stolen Identities. G.S. 14-113.20A. (6/2010)
219C.05  Willfully Failing to Make North Carolina Income Tax Returns. G.S. 105-236(9). Deleted. (6/2013).
219D.10  Fraudulent Misrepresentation Involving [A License Application] [Other Document] Filed Pursuant to the North Carolina Money Transmitters Act. G.S. 53-208.58(b). (6/2017)
219D.15  Engaging in the Business of Money Transmission Without a License. G.S. 53-208.58(c). (6/2017)
219D.20  Unlawfully Engaging in the Business of Money Transmission—Any Reason. G.S. 53-208.58(a). (6/2017)

Frauds

220.10  Fraudulent Disposal of Personal Property on Which There Is a Security Interest. G.S. 14-114. (5/2003)
220.20  Secreting Property to Hinder Enforcement of Lien or Security Interest. G.S. 14-115. (5/2003)
220.22  Filing False Security Agreements (6/2013)
220.24  Improper Filing of Lien on [Real Property]. G.S. 44A-12.1(c). (6/2013)
220.26  Filing [False Lien] [Encumbrance]. G.S. 14-118.6. (6/2020)
220.28  Simulation of Court Process in Connection with Collection of [a Claim] [a Demand] [an Account]. G.S. 14-118.1 (6/2013)
220.30  Residential Mortgage Fraud. G.S. 14-118.12(a)(1)–(2). (6/2013)
220.31  [Receiving] [Attempting to Receive] Proceeds from Residential Mortgage Fraud. G.S. 14-118.12(a)(3). (6/2008)
220.32  Conspiracy to Commit Residential Mortgage Fraud. G.S. 14-118.12(a)(4). (6/2008)
220.33  Solicitation of Residential Mortgage Fraud. G.S. 14-118.12(a)(4). (6/2008)
220.34  Pattern of Residential Mortgage Fraud. G.S. 14-118.15. (6/2008)
220.35  False Statement of Sums Due for [Labor] [Materials] Furnished at Site of Improvements to Real Property (6/2013)
220.40  Fraudulent and Deceptive Advertising. G.S. 14-117. (5/2003)
220.50  [Improper] [Fraudulent] Receipt of Decedent’s [Retirement Allowance] [Disability Benefit]. G.S. 135-18.11. (6/2013)
220.53  Improper Receipt of Decedent’s Disability Income Plan Allowance from the State of North Carolina. G.S. 135.111.1. (6/2014)
220.55  Fraudulently [Obtaining] [Increasing] Benefit Under Unemployment Insurance. G.S. 96-18.A. (6/2013)
220.60  Blackmail—Other Than by Accusation of Crime. G.S. 14-118. (5/2003)
220.65  Blackmail—By Accusation of Crime. G.S. 14-118. (5/2003)
220.70  Obtaining Academic Credit by Fraudulent Means. G.S. 14-118.2. (5/2003)
220.80  Extortion. G.S. 14-118.4. (5/2003)
220.85  Exploitation of [Disabled] [Older] Adult by a Person in a [Position of Trust] [Business Relationship with the Adult]. G.S. 14-112.2(b), (d). (6/2014)
220.90  Fraud in Connection with Rental of Motor Vehicle. G.S. 20-106.1. (3/2003)
220.91  Failing to Return Rented Property on Which There Is a Purchase Option (Rent to Own). G.S. 14-168.4. (5/2003)
220.95  Interfering with Gas, Electric, and Steam [Appliances] [Meters]. G.S. 14-151. (6/2014)
220.97  [Possession] [Transfer] [Use] of Automated Sale Suppression Device. G.S. 14-118.7. (6/2014)

Forgery

221.10  Forgery of Notes, Checks, and Other Securities. G.S. 14-119(a). (6/2008)
221.12  Possession of Counterfeit Instrument(s). G.S. 14-119(a). (6/2008)
221.14  Possession of Five or More Counterfeit Instruments. G.S. 14-119(b). (6/2008)
221.16  Transporting Five or More Counterfeit Instruments. G.S. 14-119(b). (6/2008)
221.20  Uttering Forged Instrument or Instrument Containing a Forged Endorsement. G.S. 14-120. (4/2003)
221.40  Forgery of Deeds, Wills and Certain Other Instruments. G.S. 14-122. (5/2003)
221.41  Showing Forth in Evidence Forged Deeds, Wills, and Certain Other Instruments. G.S. 14-122. (5/2003)
221.80  Forgery of Writings (Common Law Misdemeanor). (5/2003)

Trespasses to Land and Fixtures

222.15  Willful and Wanton Injury to Real Property. G.S. 14-127. (5/2003)
222.16  Felonious Injury to Houses or Other Buildings Including Lesser Offense (6/2009)
222.17  Misdemeanor Injury to Houses or Other Buildings. G.S. 14-144. (6/2009)
222.18  Felonious Injury to Fences or Walls Including Lesser Offense. G.S. 14-144. (6/2009)
222.19  Misdemeanor Injury to Fences or Walls. G.S. 14-144. (6/2009)
222.20  Forcible Trespass to Real Property (Common Law Misdemeanor). (5/2003)
222.22  Unlawfully [Stopping] [Impeding] [Delaying] [Detaining] a Public School Bus or Public School Activity Bus. G.S. 14-132.2. (5/2002)
222.23  Refusing to Leave a Public School Bus or Public School Activity Bus. G.S. 14-132.2. (5/2002)
222.24  Trespassing on Public School Bus or Public School Activity Bus. G.S. 14-132.2. (5/2002)
222.26  Trespass—Electric Power Supplier—Basic Offense.G.S. 14-159.12(c). (6/2013)
222.28  Trespass—Electric Power Supplier—[Intent to Disrupt Normal Operation of Facility] [Act that Placed [Offender] [Another Person] at Risk of Serious Bodily Injury]. G.S. 14-159.12(d). (6/2013)
222.30  Domestic Criminal Trespass. G.S. 14-134.3(a). (5/2003)
222.31  Aggravated Domestic Criminal Trespass. G.S. 14-134.3(b). (5/2003)
222.32  Interfering with Emergency Communications. G.S. 14-286.2. (5/2002)
222.33  Felony Trespassing at a Safe House by Person Subject to Domestic Violence Protective Order (6/2011)
222.40  Setting Fire to [Grassland] [Brushland] [Woodland] Property of Another. G.S. 14-136. (4/2003)
222.40A  Setting Fire to [Grassland] [Brushland] [Woodland] (Defendant’s Property). G.S. 14-136. (4/2003)
222.41  Setting Fire to [Grassland] [Brushland] [Woodland] with Intent to Damage Property of Another. G.S. 14-136. (3/2003)
222.42  [Cutting] [Injuring] [Removing] Another’s Timber. G.S. 14-135, 14-72.
222.45  Toxic Substances, Dumping. G.S. 14-284.2. (5/2003)
222.50  Desecration of a Gravesite. G.S. 14-148(a). (6/2008)
222.51  Desecration of Human Remains. G.S. 14-149. (6/2008)
222.52  Felonious Desecration of a Gravesite. G.S. 14-148(a). (6/2008)
222.60  Injuring Telecommunication Wires. G.S. 14-154. (6/2008)
222.65  Trespassing for the Purpose of [Hunting] [Fishing] [Trapping] (6/2012)
222.66  Trespassing for the Purpose of [Raking] [Removing] Pine Straw (6/2012)
222.68  Improper Taking of [Menhaden] [Atlantic Thread] Herring. G.S. 113-187. (6/2013)
222.69  Unlawful Dealings with [Ginseng] [Galax] [Venus Flytrap]. G.S. 106-202.19(a). (6/2013)
222.70  Trespass to Land on a Motorized All Terrain Vehicle. G.S. 14-159.3. (6/2015)
222.75  Collection of [Seismic] [Geophysical] Data on Another’s Property Without Written Consent. G.S. 113-395.4. (6/2015)
222.80  Graffiti Vandalism (misd). G.S. 14-127.1. (6/2016)
222.85  Graffiti Vandalism (felony). G.S. 14-127.1. (6/2016)

Trespasses to Personal Property

223.15  Willful and Wanton Injury to Personal Property Causing Damage of More Than $200. G.S. 14-160. (5/2003)
223.20  [Alteration] [Destruction] [Removal] of Permanent Identification Marks from Personal Property. G.S. 14-160.1(a). (3/2003)
223.21  [Buying] [Selling] [Possessing] Item of Personal Property on Which the Permanent Identification Mark Has Been [Altered] [Destroyed] [Defaced] [Removed]. G.S. 14-160.1(b). (3/2003)
223.25  Felonious Trespass. G.S. 14-453, -458. (4/2000)
223.30  Willfully Damaging [Computers] [Computer Programs] [Computer Systems] [Computer Networks]. G.S. 14-455. (6/2009)
223.31  Willfully Damaging Government [Computers] [Computer Programs] [Computer Systems] [Computer Networks]. G.S. 14-455(b). (6/2009)
223.40  Unlawful Operation of an Audiovisual Recording Device. G.S. 14-440.1. (6/2006)
223.45  Unlawful Operation of an Audiovisual Recording Device. G.S. 14-440.1. (6/2006)
223.70  Injuring, Destroying, Removing, Vandalizing, or Tampering with Firefighting or Emergency Medical Services Machinery or Equipment. (6/2018)
223.71  Interfering with a [Fire-Alarm] [Fire-Detection] [FireExtinguishing] System. (6/2020)
223.72  Interfering with a [Fire-Alarm] [Fire-Detection] [FireExtinguishing] System in a [Prison] [Local Confinement Facility]. (6/2020)
223.73  Giving False Alarms. (6/2020)
223.74  Willfully [Misusing] [Damaging] a Portable Fire Extinguisher. G.S. 14-286(a). (6/2020) 

Vehicles and Draft Animals—Protection of Bailor Against Acts of Bailee

224.10  [Willful] [Malicious] Injury to [Rented] [Hired] Personal Property. G.S. 14-165. (3/2003)
224.20  Failure to Return [Rented] [Hired] Property. G.S. 14-167. (3/2003)
224.25  Failure to Return [Rented] [Hired] [Leased] Motor Vehicle Valued in Excess of $4,000. G.S. 14-167. (6/2006)
224.30  Felonious Conversion by Bailee. G.S. 14-168.1 (4/2003)

Offenses Against Public Morality and Decency

225.10  [Knowingly] [Willingly] [Abusing] [Mutilating] a Dead Human Body in a Person’s Custody. G.S.  90-210.25(f)(2). (6/2019)
225.15  Unauthorized Practice of [Embalming] [Funeral Directing] [Funeral Service] [Operating Funeral Establishment]— Practicing Without a License (Including While Representing Oneself as Being Licensed). G.S. 90-210.25(f)(1). (6/2019) 
226.10
  Crime against Nature—Animals. G.S. 14-177. (6/2006)
226.10A  Crime against Nature—Persons. G.S. 14-177. (6/2019)
226.20  Incest. G.S. 14-178. (3/2003)
226.20A  Incest with a Person under the Age of Thirteen Years. G.S. 14-178. (3/2003)
226.20B  Incest with a Person [Thirteen] [Fourteen] [Fifteen] Years of Age. G.S. 14-178. (3/2003)
226.45  Bigamy. G.S. 14-183. (3/2003)
226.46  Bigamous Cohabitation. G.S. 14-183. (4/2003)
226.50  Fornication and Adultery. G.S. 14-184. (1/2004)
226.55  Using Profane or Indecent Language over a Telephone. G.S. 14-196(a)(1). (3/2001)
226.56  Using Threatening Language by Way of Telephone. G.S. 14-196(a)(2). (3/2001)
226.57  Harassing by Repeated Telephone Calls. G.S. 14-196(a)(3). (3/2001)
226.58  Disrupting Telephone Service of Another. G.S. 14-196(a)(4). (3/2001)
226.59  Harassing by Imparting False Information by Telephone. G.S. 14-196(a)(5). (3/2001)
226.60  Cyberstalking—Threatening Language. G.S. 14-196.3(b)(1). (3/2001)
226.60A  Cyberstalking—Harassment. G.S. 14-196.3(b)(2). (1/2001)
226.60B  Cyberstalking—False Statement. G.S. 14-196.3(b)(3). (3/2001)
226.60C  Cyberstalking—Permitting Communication. G.S. 14-196.3(b)(4). (3/2001)
226.62  Cyberstalking Through Use of An Electronic Tracking Device. G.S. 14-196.3 (6/2016)
226.65  Cyber-bullying with Intent to [Intimidate] [Torment] a Minor. G.S. 14-458.1(a)(1). (6/2017)
226.66  Cyber-bullying with Intent to [Intimidate] [Torment] [A Minor] [A Minor’s [Parent] or [Guardian]]. G.S. 14-458.1(a)(2). (6/2010)
226.67  Cyber-bullying—Using a [Computer] [Computer Network] to Plant any Statement to Provoke a Third Party to [Stalk] [Harass] a Minor. G.S. 14-458.1(a)(3). (6/2010)
226.68  Cyber-bullying—Using a [Computer] [Computer Network] to [Copy and Disseminate] [Cause to be Made] an Unauthorized Copy of Data Pertaining to a Minor for the Purpose of [Intimidating] [Tormenting] that Minor. G.S. 14-458.1(a)(4). (6/2010)
226.69  Cyber-bullying—Signing up a Minor for a Pornographic Internet Site. G.S. 14-458.1(a)(5). (6/2010)
226.70  Cyber-bullying—Using a [Computer] [Computer Network] to Sign up a Minor for [Electronic Mailing List] [Electronic Messages] Without Consent of the [Minor] [Minor’s [Parent] [Guardian]] Resulting in [Intimidation] [Torment] of the Minor. G.S. 14-458.1(a)(6). (6/2010)
226.71A  Cyber-bullying of School Employee by Student—[Computer] [Internet] Interference with Employee. G.S. 14-458.2(b)(1). (6/2013)
226.72B  Cyber-bullying of School Employee by Student—Statements Likely to Provoke Action. G.S. 14-458.2(b)(2). (6/2013)
226.72C  Cyber-bullying of School Employee by Student—Unauthorized Copying of Data. G.S. 14-458.2(b)(3). (6/2013)
226.72D  Cyber-bullying of School Employee by Student—Pornographic Internet Site. G.S. 14-458.2(b)(4). (6/2013)
226.72E  Cyber-bullying of School Employee by Student—Electronic Mailing Lists. G.S. 14-458.2(b)(5). (6/2013)
226.75  Secretly Peeping into Room Occupied by Another Person. G.S. 14-202(a). (12/2003)
226.75A  Secretly Peeping through the Use of a Mirror or Other Device. G.S. 14-202(a1). (2/2005)
226.76  Secretly Peeping into Room While in Possession of a Device Used to Create a Photographic Image. G.S. 14-202(c). (4/2004)
226.77  Felonious Secretly Peeping into Room Occupied by Another Person and Using a Device to Create a Photographic Image of a Person in That Room for the Purpose of Sexual Arousal or Gratification. G.S. 14-202(d). (4/2004)
226.78  Secretly or Surreptitiously Using a Device to Create a Photographic Image of Another Person Underneath or through the Clothing. G.S. 14-202(e). (4/2004)
226.79  Secretly or Surreptitiously Installing a Device Used to Create a Photographic Image. G.S. 14-202(f). (4/2004)
226.80  Knowingly Possessing a Photographic Image Obtained by Secretly Peeping. G.S. 14-202(g). (5/2004)
226.81  Knowingly Disseminating a Photographic Image Obtained by Secretly Peeping. G.S. 14-202(h). (5/2004)
226.85  Taking an Indecent Liberty with a Child. G.S. 14-202.1. (4/2003)
226.86A  Taking Indecent Liberties with a Student (by Teacher, School Administrator, Student Teacher, School Safety Officer, Coach). G.S. 14-202.4. (6/2016)
226.86B  Taking Indecent Liberties with a Student (by Member of School Personnel Other Than Teacher, School Administrator, Student Teacher, School Safety Officer, Coach). G.S. 14-202.4. (6/2016)
226.90  Promoting Prostitution. G.S. 14-205.3. (6/2014)
226.91  Patronizing a Prostitute. G.S. 14-205.2. (6/2014)
226.92  Patronizing a Prostitute G.S. 14-205.2. (6/2014)
226.93  Patronizing a Prostitute Who Had a [Severe] [Profound] Mental Disability. G.S. 14-205.2. (6/2019)
226.94  Promoting Prostitution of a Person Who Had a [Severe] [Profound] Mental Disability. G.S. 14-205.3(b). (6/2019)
226.96   Solicitation for Prostitution with a Person Who Has a [Severe] [Profound] Mental Disability. G.S. 14-204(5), 14-205.1. (6/2019)
226.97  Solicitation for Prostitution. G.S. 14-204(5), 14-205.1. (6/2014)
226.98  Solicitation for Prostitution. G.S. 14-204(5), 14-205.1. (6/2014)
227.10  Massage and Bodywork Therapy Licensing Violation. (6/2018)
227.15  [Sexual Activity] [Solicitation of Sexual Activity] in a Message and Bodywork Therapy Establishment. (6/2018)
227.20  Owner of Massage and Bodywork Therapy Establishment Permitting or Engaging in Sexual Activity. (6/2018)

Perjury

228.10  Perjury. G.S. 14-209. (1/2001)
228.20  Subornation of Perjury. G.S. 14-210. (1/2001)
228.30  Presenting a False Statement to Procure Benefit of Insurance Policy. G.S. 58-2-161(b)(1). (2/1999)
228.30A  Presenting a False Statement to Deny Benefit of Insurance Policy. G.S. 58-2-161(b)(1). (2/1999)
228.35  Making (or Participating in) a False Statement to Procure Benefit of an Insurance Policy. G.S. 58-2-161(b)(2). (2/1999)
228.35A  Making (or Participating in) a False Statement to Deny Benefit of Insurance Policy. G.S. 58-2-161(b)(2). (2/1999)

Bribery

229.05  Bribery of Officials. G.S. 14-217. (5/2005)
229.10  Offering a Bribe to Public Officials. G.S. 14-218. (4/2003)
229.15  [Buying] [Selling] Public Offices. G.S. 14-228. (6/2016)
229.20  Commercial Bribery. G.S. 14-353. (6/2014)
229.21  Commercial Bribery (Making Bribe). G.S. 14-353. (6/2014)

Obstructing Justice

230.20  Breaking or Entering with the Intent of Altering, Destroying, or Stealing Evidence. G.S. 14-221.1. (1/1999)
230.21  [Altering] [Destroying [Stealing] Evidence of Criminal Conduct. G.S. 14-221.1. (6/2010)
230.25  [Destroying] [Altering] [Concealing] [Tampering With] Biological Evidence of Criminal Conduct. G.S. 15A-268. (6/2010)
230.26  Felonious Misrepresentation of Evidence (6/2012)
230.27  Non-Felonious Misrepresentation of Evidence (6/2012)
230.30  Resisting, Delaying, or Obstructing a Public Officer—All Situations Other Than Arrest. G.S. 14-223. (1/1999)
230.31  Resisting Arrest—Lawfulness of Arrest. G.S. 14-223. (1/1999)
230.32  Resisting, Delaying, or Obstructing an Officer—Excessive Force by the Officer. G.S. 14-223. (1/1999)
230.40  Obstructing the Administration of Justice by [Picketing] [Parading] [Use of a Sound Truck or Similar Device]. G.S. 14-225.1. (12/1998)
230.60  Harassment or Intimidation of or Communication with Juror. G.S. 14-225.2. (12/1998)
230.60A  Harassment or Intimidation of or Communication with Juror’s Spouse. G.S. 14-225.2. (1/1999)
230.61A  Intimidating Witnesses by Threatening the Assertion or Denial of Parental Rights. G.S. 14-226. (2/2005)
230.62  Obstruction of Justice. Common Law Misdemeanor. (3/2003)
230.65  [Intimidating] [Interfering] With A Witness. G.S. 14-226(a). (6/2018)
230.70  Impersonation of Law-Enforcement Officer. Misdemeanor. G.S. 14-277(a). (6/2011)
230.70A  Impersonating a Law Enforcement Officer. Felony. (6/2011) H, I
230.71  Impersonating a Law Enforcement Officer by Operating a Vehicle with an Operating Blue Light Causing a Person to [Stop] [Yield] (Blue Light Bandit). G.S. 14-277(a)(4), (b)(5). (12/1997)
230.73  Impersonation of [A Firefighter] [An Emergency Medical Services Personell]. G.S. 14-276.1 (6/2016)
230.75  Impersonation of Law-Enforcement Officer (Carrying Out an Act in Accordance with the Authority Granted to a Law-Enforcement Officer). Misdemeanor. G.S. 14-277(b). (6/2011)
230.75A  Impersonation of Law-Enforcement Officer (Carrying Out an Act in Accordance with the Authority Granted to a Law-Enforcement Officer). Felony. G.S. 14-277(b). (6/2011)
230.77  Driving with a Light Bar. (6/2018)
230.80  Concealment of Death. G.S. 14-401.22. (6/2006)
230.81  Harassment of a Participant in a Neighborhood Crime Watch Program. G.S. 14-226.2. (6/2007)
230.91  Concealment of Death—Intent to Conceal Death by Dismembering or Destroying Human Remains (6/2012)
230.92  Concealment of Death—Intent to Conceal Unnatural Death by Dismembering or Destroying Human Remains (6/2012)
230.93  Concealment of Death—Aiding, Counseling, and Abetting (6/2012)
230.94  Disturbing Human Remains—Physical Alteration or Manipulation (6/2012)
230.95  Disturbing Human Remains—Acts of Sexual Penetration (6/2012)

Prison Breach and Prisoners

233.45  Prison Breach and Escape from [County] [Municipal] Confinement [Facilities] [Officers]. G.S. 14-256. (6/2014)
233.47  Possession of Tools for Escape by a Prisoner. G.S.  14-258(c). (6/2019)
233.50  Feloniously Harboring or Aiding an Escaped Prisoner. G.S. 14-259. (12/1998)
233.60  Injury to Prisoner by Jailer. G.S. 162-55. (12/1998)
233.70  Harboring a Fugitive. G.S. 14-267. (2/1999)
233.80  Furnishing a Controlled Substance to an Inmate. G.S. 14-258.1(a). (6/2010)
233.81  Furnishing a Deadly Weapon, Cartridge or Ammunition to an Inmate. G.S. 14-258.1(a). (6/2010)
233.82  Furnishing an Alcoholic Beverage to an Inmate. G.S. 14-258.1(b). (6/2010)
233.83  Furnishing a Tobacco Product (Including Vapor Products) to an Inmate. G.S. 14-258.1(c). (6/2015)
233.84  Furnishing a [Mobile Telephone] [Wireless Communication Device] [Component of a [Mobile Telephone] [Wireless Communication Device]] to an Inmate. G.S. 14-258.1(d). (6/2016)
233.85   Providing [Forbidden Articles] [Tools to Escape] to a Prisoner. G.S. 14-258(a). (6/2019)
233.90  Possession of a Tobacco Product (Including Vapor Products) by an Inmate. G.S. 14-258.1(e). (6/2015)
233.95  Possession of a [Mobile Telephone] [Wireless Communication Device] [Component of a [Mobile Telephone] [Wireless Communication Device]]. G.S. 14-258.1(d). (6/2016)

Offenses Against the Public Peace

235.10  Carrying a Concealed Weapon Other Than a Pistol or Handgun. G.S. 14-269(a). (6/2014)
235.12  Carrying a Concealed [Pistol] [Handgun]. G.S. 14-269(a1). (6/2015)
235.15  Carrying Weapons into Assemblies. G.S. 14-269.3. (6/2014)
235.16  Carrying Weapons into Establishments Where Alcoholic Beverages Are Sold and Consumed. G.S. 14-269.3. (6/2014)
235.17  Carrying or Possessing Weapons on [Educational Property] (or) [at School Sponsored Activity]. G.S. 14-269.2(b) and (b1). (6/2016)
235.17A  [Causing] [Encouraging] [Aiding] a Minor to [Carry] [Possess] Weapons on Educational Property. G.S. 14-269.2(c) and (c1). (6/2014)
235.17B  Willfully Discharging a Firearm on Educational Property or at School Sponsored Activity. G.S. 14-269.2(b) and (b1). (6/2014)
235.18  Communicating Threats. G.S. 14-277.1. (2/2000)
235.19  Stalking. G.S. 14-277.3A(c)(d). (6/2009)
235.19A  Stalking (Court Order in Effect). G.S. 14-277.3A(c)(d). (6/2009)
235.19B  Stalking (Previously Convicted). G.S. 14-277.3A(c)(d). (6/2009) 
235.20  Going about Armed with Unusual and Dangerous Weapons to the Terror of the People (Common Law Misdemeanor). (4/1999)
235.30  Pointing a Laser Device towards an Aircraft. G.S. 14-280.2. (6/2006)
235.35  Interference With Manned Aircraft By Unmanned Aircraft Systems. G.S. 14-280.3. (6/2015)
235.37  Use of Unmanned Aircraft System Near a [Confinement] [Correctional] Facility. (6/2018)
235.38  Use of Unmanned Aircraft System Near a [Confinement] [Correctional] Facility to [[Deliver] [Attempt to Deliver]] [[a Weapon] [Contraband]]. (6/2018)
235.50  Terrorism (Basic Offense). G.S. 14-10.1. (6/2013)
235.51  Terrorism—Continuing Criminal Enterprise. G.S. 14-7.20. (6/2013)
235.61  Unlawful Distribution Of Images Taken by Unmanned Aircraft. G.S. 14-401.25. (6/2015)
235.65  Disclosure of Private Images by Offender Under the Age of 18. G.S. 14-190.5A(c)(2). (6/2018)
235.65A  Disclosure of Private Images by Offender Under the Age of 18. G.S. 14-190.5A(b), (c)(2). (6/2018)
235.67  Disclosure of Private Images by Offender 18 Years of Age Or Older. G.S. 14-190.5A(c)(1). (6/2018)
235.67A  Disclosure of Private Images by Offender 18 Years of Age Or Older. G.S. 14-190.5A(b), (c)(1). (6/2018)
235.69  Felonious Disclosure of Private Images by Offender Under the Age of 18. G.S. 14-190.5A(c)(3). (6/2018)
235.69A  Felonious Disclosure of Private Images by Offender Under the Age of 18. G.S. 14-190.5A(b), (c)(3). (6/2018)

Riots and Civil Disorder

236A.10  Feloniously Engaging in a Riot Where the Defendant Has Actually Participated in the Violence—More Than $1,500 Property Damage or Serious Injury. G.S. 14-288.2(c)(1). (5/1999)
236A.15  Feloniously Engaging in a Riot Where the Defendant Has Actually Participated in the Violence—Dangerous Weapon or Substance. G.S. 14-288.2(c)(2). (5/1999)
236A.20  Inciting to Riot—$1,500 or Less in Damage—Misdemeanor. G.S. 14-288.2(d). (5/1999)
236A.25  Felonious Inciting to Riot—Damage in Excess of $1,500 or Serious Bodily Injury (With Misdemeanor Inciting as a Lesser Included Offense). G.S. 14-288.2(e). (5/1999)
236A.27  Failure to Disperse. G.S. 14-288.5. (6/2013)
236A.28  [Standing] [Sitting] [Lying] Upon [Highways] [Streets]. G.S. 20-174.1. (6/2015)
236A.30  Disorderly Conduct (Fighting or Other Violent Conduct). G.S. 14-288.4(a)(1). (5/1999)
236A.31  Disorderly Conduct (Abusive Language or Gestures). G.S. 14-288.4(a)(2). (5/1999)
236A.33  Disorderly Conduct at a Funeral. G.S. 14-288.4 (a)(8). (6/2014)
236A.35  Disorderly Conduct at a Funeral. G.S. 14-288.4 (a)(8) (6/2014)
236A.40  Disorderly Conduct [In] [Near] a Public [Building] [Facility]. G.S. 14-132(a)(1). (6/2016)
236A.60  Looting (Lesser Included Offense of Trespass during Emergency). G.S. 14-288.6. (5/1999)

Lotteries and Gaming

237.20  Possession of Lottery Tickets Used in the Operation of a Lottery. G.S. 14-290. (6/2006)
237.25  Sale of Lottery Tickets. G.S. 14-291. (6/2006)
237.26  Sale of Tickets Used in a Numbers Lottery. G.S. 14-291.1. (6/2006)
237.30  Gambling. G.S. 14-292. (1/2000)
237.40  Unlicensed Operation of a Beach Bingo Game. G.S. 14-309.14(5). (6/2017)
237.45  Providing False Information in Order to Obtain a License to Operate a Beach Bingo Game. G.S. 14-309.14(5)(c). (6/2017)
237.60  Possession of Illegal Slot Machine. G.S. 14-301. (8/1999)
237.70  Unlawful [Operation] [Possession] of Video Gaming Machines. G.S. 14-306.1, -306.1A. (6/2007).
237.75  Operating Electronic Sweepstakes. G.S. 14-306.4(b). (6/2013)
237.80  Unlawful [Promotion] [Operation] [Conducting] of a Server-Based Electronic Game Promotion. G.S. 14-306.3(a). (6/2009)
237.90  Unlawful Possession of Game Terminal for the Purpose of [Promoting] [Operating] [Conducting] a Server-Based Electronic Game Promotion. G.S. 14-306.3(b). (6/2009)
237.91  Felonious Possession of Game Terminals for the Purpose of [Promoting] [Operating] [Conducting] a Server-Based Electronic Game Promotion. G.S. 14-306.3; 14-309(c). (6/2009)

Obscenity

238.10  Disseminating Obscenity Intentionally (Physical Transfers). G.S. 14-190.1(a)(1), (3). (11/1999)
238.10A  Disseminating Obscenity Intentionally (Live Performance). G.S. 14-190.1(a)(2). (12/1999)
238.10B  Disseminating Obscenity Intentionally (Transmissions or Deliveries of Actual Images Not Drawings). G.S. 14-190.1(a)(4). (12/1999)
238.11  Creating, Buying, Procuring, or Possessing Obscene Material with the Intent to Disseminate. G.S. 14-190.1(e). (12/1999)
238.12  Advertising or Promoting Sale of Material as Obscene. G.S. 14-190.1(f). (12/1999)
238.13  Preparing Obscene [Films] [Photographs] [Slides] [Negatives] [Motion Pictures] of Himself or Another for the Purpose of Dissemination. G.S. 14-190.5(1). (12/1999)
238.13A  Preparing Obscene [Films] [Photographs] [Slides] [Negatives] [Motion Pictures] for the Purpose of Dissemination (Modeling or Assisting the Photographer). G.S. 14-190.5(2). (12/1999)
238.14  Intentionally [Employing] [Permitting] Minor to Assist in Obscenity Offense. G.S. 14-190.6. (12/1999)
238.15  Disseminating Obscene Material to Minors under the Age of Sixteen. G.S. 14-190.7. (12/1999)
238.16  Disseminating Obscene Material to Minors under the Age of Thirteen. G.S. 14-190.8. (12/1999)
238.17  Indecent Exposure. G.S. 14-190.9. (6/2006)
238.17A  Indecent Exposure to Minor for Purpose of Arousing or Gratifying Sexual Desire. G.S. 14-190.9. (6/2020)
238.18  Displaying Material Harmful to Minors. G.S. 14-190.14. (12/1999)
238.19  Disseminating Harmful Material to Minors (Distribution). G.S. 14-190.15(a)(1). (12/1999)
238.19A  Disseminating Harmful Material to Minors (Allowing Minor to Review). G.S. 14-190.15(a)(2). (12/1999)
238.20  Exhibiting a Harmful Performance To Minors. G.S. 14-190.15(b). (12/1999)
238.21  First Degree Sexual Exploitation of a Minor (Using or Employing a Minor to Engage in or Assist Others in Engaging in Sexual Activity). G.S. 14-190.16(a)(1). (1/2000)
238.21A  First Degree Sexual Exploitation of a Minor (Permitting a Minor to Engage in Sexual Activity for Live Performance, etc.) G.S. 14-190.16(a)(2). (1/2000)
238.21B  First Degree Sexual Exploitation of a Minor by Transporting a Minor. G.S. 14-190.16(a)(3). (1/2000)
238.21C  First Degree Sexual Exploitation of a Minor by Photographing, etc. G.S. 14-190.16(a)(4). (1/2000)
238.22  Second Degree Sexual Exploitation of a Minor (Producing Material). G.S. 14-190.17(a)(1). (1/2000)
238.22A  Second Degree Sexual Exploitation of a Minor (Circulating Material). G.S. 14-190.17(a)(2). (1/2000)
238.22B  Third Degree Sexual Exploitation of a Minor. G.S. 14-190.17A. (6/2015)
238.23  Promoting Prostitution of a Minor (Enticing the Prostitution). G.S. 14-190.18(a)(1). (6/2014)
238.23A  Promoting Prostitution of A Minor (Supervising the Prostitution). G.S. 14-190.18(a)(2). (6/2014)
238.23C  Patronizing a Prostitute, a Minor. G.S. 14-205.2. (6/2014)
238.24  Participating in Prostitution of a Minor. G.S. 14-190.19(a). (6/2014)
238.26A  Solicitation for Prostitution with a Minor. G.S. 14-204(5), 14-205.1 (6/2014)
238.30  Solicitation of a [Child] [Person Defendant Believed to Be a Child] by Computer to Commit a Sex Act. G.S. 14-202.3. (6/2017)
238.35  Solicitation of a [Child] [Person Defendant Believed to Be a Child] by Computer to Commit a Sex Act and Appearing at Location. G.S. 14-202.3(c)(2). (6/2017)
238.40  DELETE SHEET. Soliciting a Child by [Computer] [Electronic Device] to Commit an Unlawful Sex Act. (Offenses after December 1, 2009). G.S. 14-202.3 (6/2017)

Protection of Minors

239.10  [Selling] [Giving] a Weapon to a Minor. G.S. 14-315. (11/1999)
239.11  Improper Storage of Firearms to Protect Minors. G.S. 14-315.1. (8/1999)
239.20  Permitting a Young Child to Use a Dangerous Firearm—Parent. G.S. 14-316. (6/2014)
239.21  Furnishing a Young Child a Dangerous Firearm—Nonparent. G.S. 14-316. (6/2014)
239.23  Possession of Handguns by Minors (6/2012)
239.25  Contributing to Delinquency and Neglect by Parents and Others. G.S. 14-316.1; 7B-101(1), (15); 7B-1501(7), (27). (6/2019)
239.30  Child Care Facility Report of Missing Child. G.S. 110-102.1(a). (6/2014)
239.31  Concealment of Death—Failure to Notify Law Enforcement of Death of Child or Secretly Burying Child. G.S. 14-401.22(a1). (6/2014)
239.32  Failure to Report the Disappearance of a Child to Law Enforcement. G.S. 14-318.5. (6/2014)
239.33  False Reports to Law Enforcement [Agency] [Officer] Related to the Disappearance of a Child. G.S. 14-225(b). (6/2014)
239.34  False Reports to Law Enforcement [Agency] [Officer]. G.S. 14-225(a). (6/2014)
239.35  Failure to Report [Abuse] [Neglect] [Death] Due to Maltreatment of a Juvenile. G.S. 7B-301(a), (b). (6/2019)
239.36  Failure of Department of Social Services Director to Notify the State Bureau of Investigations of a Report of Sexual Abuse of a Juvenile in a Child Care Facility. G.S. 7B-301(a), (c) (6/2014)
239.37  Failure to Report Crimes Against Juveniles. Misdemeanor. G.S. 14-318.6 (c). (6/2020)
239.55  Felonious Child Abuse. G.S. 14-318.4(a); 14-318.2. (6/2009)
239.55A  Felonious Child Abuse—Prostitution. G.S. 14-318.4(a1). (5/2000)
239.55B  Felonious Child Abuse by a Sexual Act by a [Parent] [Legal Guardian]. G.S. 14-318.4(a2). (6/2020)
239.55C  Felonious Child Abuse (Reckless Disregard—Serious Bodily Injury). G.S. 14-318.4(a4); 2414-318.2. (6/2014)
239.55D  Felonious Child Abuse (Reckless Disregard—Serious Physical Injury). G.S. 14-318.4(a5); 14-318.2 (6/2014)
239.57  Felonious Child Abuse [Inflicting Serious Bodily Injury] [Resulting in Permanent or Protracted Loss or Impairment of any Mental or Emotional Function]. G.S. 14-318.4(a3). (6/2009)
239.60  Misdemeanor Child Abuse. G.S. 14-318.2. (6/2009)
239.65  Permitting Child under 16 Years of Age to [Operate] [Be a Passenger on] a Bicycle without Protective Bicycle Helmet. G.S. 20-171.9. (2/2002)
239.70  Failure to Secure a Child in a Restraint System. G.S. 20-137.1. (2/2005)
239.80  [Transporting] [Keeping] Child Outside the State with Intent to Violate Custody Order. G.S. 14-320.1. (5/2000)
239.90  Felonious Unauthorized Administration of Medication to a Child. G.S. 110-102.1A. (4/2004)
239.91  Unauthorized Administration of Medication to a Child. G.S. 110-102.1A. (4/2004)
239.95  Distribution of Certain Food at Halloween and All Other Times Prohibited—Controlled Substance. G.S. 14-401.11. (6/2020)
239.96  Distribution of Certain Food at Halloween and All Other Times Prohibited—Noxious Substances; Greater Than Mild Physical Discomfort. G.S. 14-401.11. (6/2020)
239.97  Distribution of Certain Food at Halloween and All Other Times Prohibited—Noxious Substances; Mild Physical Discomfort. G.S. 14-401.11. (6/2020)
239.98  Distribution of Certain Food at Halloween and All Other Times Prohibited—Poisonous Chemical, Compound, or Foreign Substance. G.S. 14-401.11. (6/2020)

Protection of Family

240.05  Abandonment by Supporting Spouse. G.S. 14-322(b). (5/2000)
240.06  Failure to Support Child. G.S. 14-322(d). (5/2000)
240.07  Felonious Abandonment and Lesser Included Offense of Failure to Support by Parent. G.S. 14-322.1, -322(d). (6/2014)
240.10  Failure of Supporting Spouse to Provide Adequate Support for Dependent Spouse. G.S. 14-322(c). (5/2000)
240.40  Willful Neglect or Refusal to Adequately Support and Maintain an Illegitimate Child. G.S. 49-2. (6/2014)
240.50  Violation of Valid Protective Order. G.S. 50B.4.1(a). (6/2016)
240.51  Violation of Protective Order While in Possession of a Deadly Weapon. G.S. 50B-4.1(g). (6/2016)
240.55  Felonious Violation of a Valid Protective Order. G.S. 50B.4.1(f). (6/2009)
240.60  Violation of Permanent Civil No-Contact Order. G.S. 50D-10. (6/2016)
240.70  Domestic Abuse of a [Disabled] [Elder] Adult Inflicting [Mental] [Physical] Injury. G.S. 14-32.3. (6/2015)
240.71  Domestic Neglect of a [Disabled] [Elder] Adult Inflicting [Mental] [Physical] Injury. G.S. 14-32.3 (6/2015)
240.75  Domestic Abuse of a [Disabled] [Elder] Adult Inflicting Serious [Mental] [Physical] Injury. G.S. 14-32.3. (6/2015)
240.76  Domestic Neglect of a [Disabled] [Elder] Adult Inflicting Serious [Mental] [Physical] Injury. G.S. 14-32.3 (6/2015)
240.80  [Employee] [Volunteer] At a [Care] [Treatment] [Habilitation] [Rehabilitation] Facility of Individuals With [Mental Illness] [Developmental Disabilities] [Substance Abuse Disorders] Causes [Pain] [Injury] to a Client Other Than as Part of a
Generally Accepted [Medical] [Therapeutic] Procedure. G.S. 122C-66(a). (6/2016)
240.82  [Employee] [Volunteer] at a Facility Who [Borrows] [Takes] Personal Property From a Client. G.S. 122C-66(a1). (6/2016)
240.84  [Employee] [Volunteer] at a Facility Failed to Report Violations of Client Abuse. G.S. 122C-66(b). (6/2016)
240.86  [Employee] [Volunteer] at a Facility Failed to Report Violations of Borrowing Client Property. G.S. 122C-66(a1)-(b). (6/2016)
240.88  [Employee] [Volunteer] at a Facility Failed to Report Accidental Injury To a Client. G.S. 122C-66(b). (6/2016)

Intoxicating Liquors

241.05  Manufacturing Poisonous Spirituous Liquor for Use as a Beverage. G.S. 14-329(a). (8/2000)
241.10  Selling Spirituous Liquor for Use as a Beverage Knowing It to Be Poisonous. G.S. 14-329(b). (8/2000)
241.11  [Transporting for Other Than Personal Use] [Possessing for Purpose of Sale] of Spirituous Liquor for Use as a Beverage Knowing It to Be Poisonous. G.S. 14-329(b). (8/2000)
241.15  Selling Poisonous Spirituous Liquor for Use as a Beverage. G.S. 14-329(c). (8/2000)
241.16  [Transporting for Other Than Personal Use] [Possessing for Purpose of Sale] Poisonous Spirituous Liquor. G.S. 14-329(c). (8/2000)
241.20  [Transportation] [Possession] of Poisonous Spirituous Liquor for Use as a Beverage. G.S. 14-329(d). (8/2000)
242.10  Intentional Patient Abuse Resulting in Death. G.S. 14-32.2(a)–(b)(1). (6/2008)
242.15  Culpably Negligent Patient Abuse Resulting in Death. G.S. 14-32.2(a)–(b)(2). (6/2008)
242.20  Patient Abuse Resulting in Serious Bodily Injury. G.S. 14-32.2(a)–(b)(3). (6/2008)
242.25  Pattern of Patient Abuse Resulting in Bodily Injury. G.S. 14-32.2(a)–(b)(4). (6/2008)

Cruelty to Animals

247.10  Non-Felonious Cruelty to (an) Animal(s). G.S. 14-360(a). (6/2017)
247.10A  Felonious Cruelty to (an) Animal(s). G.S. 14-360(b). (6/2017)
247.10B  Non-Felonious Cruelty to Animals by Depriving of Necessary Sustenance. G.S. 14-360(a1). (6/2008)
247.15  Willful Killing of [Law Enforcement Agency] [Assistance] [Search and Rescue] Animal. G.S. 14-163.1. (6/2010)
247.15A  [Causing] [Attempting to Cause] Serious Harm to a [Law Enforcement Agency] [Assistance] [Search and Rescue] Animal. G.S. 14-163.1. (6/2010)
247.15B  Willfully [Taunting] [Teasing] [Harassing] [Delaying] [Obstructing] [Attempting to [Delay] [Obstruct]] a [Law Enforcement Agency] [Assistance] [Search and Rescue] Animal in the Performance of its Duties. G.S. 14-163.1. (6/2010)
247.20  Instigating or Promoting Cruelty to Animals. G.S. 14-361. (6/2017)
247.30  Cockfighting. G.S. 14-362. (1/2001)
247.31  Dog Fighting and Baiting. G.S. 14-362.2. (6/2008)
247.40  Interference with Animal Research Involving Release of an Animal Having an Infectious Disease. G.S. 14-159.2(a)(1), (b), (c). (12/2000)
247.50  Interference with Animal Research—Willfully Damaging an Animal Research Facility. G.S. 14-159.2(a)(2). (8/2000)
247.60  Interference with Animal Research—Willful, Unauthorized Release of an Animal from an Enclosure or Restraining Device. G.S. 14-159.2(a)(3). (12/2000)
247.70  Interference with Animal Research—Willful Interference with the Care of an Animal Kept within an Animal Research Facility. G.S. 14-159.2(a)(4). (12/2000)
247.80  [Owning] [Possessing] [Using] [Transporting] [Trafficking] of Venomous Reptile not Housed in a Sturdy and Secure Enclosure. G.S. 14-417. (6/2020)
247.80A  [Owning] [Possessing] [Using] [Transporting] [Trafficking] of Crocodilian not Housed in a Sturdy and Secure Enclosure. G.S. 14-417. (6/2020)
247.80B  [Owning] [Possessing] [Using] [Transporting] [Trafficking] of Constricting Snake not Housed in a Sturdy and Secure Enclosure. G.S. 14-417. (6/2020)
247.81  Failure to Immediately Notify Local Law Enforcement of Escape of [Venomous Reptile] [Large Constricting Snake] [Crocodilian]. G.S. 14-417. (6/2010)
247.82  Handling a [Venomous Reptile] [Large Constricting Snake] [Crocodilian] in a Manner that [Intentionally] [Negligently] Exposes Another to Unsafe Contact with the [Venomous Reptile] [Large Constricting Snake] [Crocodilian]. G.S. 14-418. (6/2010)
247.83  Intentionally Releasing into the Wild a Nonnative [Venomous Reptile] [Large Constricting Snake] [Crocodilian]. G.S. 14-422. (6/2010)
247.84  [Intentionally] [Negligently] [[Suggesting] [Enticing] [Inviting] [Challenging] [Intimidating] [Exhorting] [Inducing] [Aiding]] Any Person to [Handle] [Be Exposed] in an Unsafe Manner to a [Venomous Reptile] [Large Constricting Snake] [Crocodilian]. G.S. 14-418. (6/2010)

Miscellaneous Police Regulations

252.65  Tattooing a Minor. G.S. 14-400. (8/2000)

Felony Firearms

254A.11  Possession of a Firearm or Weapon of Mass Death and Destruction by a Felon. G.S. 14-415.1. (6/2020)
254A.15  [Altering] [Defacing] [Destroying] [Removing] the Serial Number of a Firearm. G.S. 14-160.2 (6/2010)
254A.17  [Selling] [Buying] [Possessing] Firearm with Serial Number [Altered] [Defaced] [Destroyed] [Removed]. G.S. 14-160.2 (6/2010)

Miscellaneous

255.01  Felonious Willful Failure to Appear. G.S. 15A-543. (12/2000)
255.02  Misdemeanor Willful Failure to Appear. G.S. 15A-543. (12/2000)
255.03  Driving after Failure to Appear—Alcohol-Related Offenses. G.S. 20-28(a2). (6/2007)
256.10  Intoxicated and Disruptive in Public. G.S. 14-444. (12/2000)
257.10  Willfully Violating Occupational Safety and Health Act of North Carolina Resulting in Death of an Employee. G.S. 95-139. (6/2010)
257.11  Knowingly Making a False [Statement] [Representation] [Certification] in a(n) [Application] [Record] [Report] [Plan] [Document] Required to be [Filed] [Maintained] Pursuant to the Occupational Safety and Health Act of North Carolina. G.S. 95-139. (6/2010)
257.12  Giving Advance Notice of OSHA Inspection Without Authorization. G.S. 95-139. (6/2010)
258.10  Failure of Secondary Metals Recycler to Issue Receipt for Purchase of Regulated Metals Property. G.S. 66-11(a1) (6/2010)
258.12  Failure of Secondary Metals Recycler to Maintain Records of Purchases of Regulated Metals. G.S. 66-11(b) (6/2010)
258.14  Failure to Hold and Retain Regulated Metals for Seven Days Before [Selling] [Dismantling] [Defacing] [Altering] [Disposing of] Regulated Metals. G.S. 66-11(d1) (6/2010)
258.16  Purchase of [Air Conditioning [Coils] [Condensers]] [Catalytic Converter] by Secondary Metals Recycler. G.S. 66-11(d)(3) (6/2010)
258.18  Purchase of Nonferrous Metals by Secondary Metals Recycler. G.S. 66-11(d)(4) (6/2010)
258.20  Purchase of Prohibited Material by Secondary Metals Recycler. G.S. 66-11(d)(4) (6/2010)
258.30  Erecting or Maintaining Signs on Highways (6/2012)
258.31  Erecting or Maintaining Political Advertising Signs in Highway Rights of Way (6/2012)
258.32  Erecting or Maintaining Commercial Advertising Signs in Highway Rights of Way (6/2012)
258.33  [Stealing] [Defacing] [Vandalizing] [Unlawfully Removing] Political Signs That Are Lawfully Placed (6/2012)
258.35  Removal or Destruction of Warning Signs—Water Quality in Coastal Recreation Waters (6/2012)
258.36  Possession of Signs Posted by Department of Environment and Natural Resources—Water Quality in Coastal Recreation Waters (6/2012)
259.10  Unauthorized Practice of Medicine—Practicing Without a License (6/2012)
259.11  Unauthorized Practice of Medicine—Practicing Without a License While Representing Oneself as Being Licensed (6/2012)
259.12  Unauthorized Practice of Medicine—Practicing Without a License in North Carolina By an Out-of-State Practitioner (6/2012)
259.13  Unauthorized Practice of Medicine—Practicing Without a License Due to Failure to Complete Timely Annual Registration or Practice While Licensed Under Another Article (6/2012)
259.20  Unauthorized Practice of Law—Non-Members of the State Bar G.S. 84-4 (6/2017)
259.21  Unauthorized Practice of Law—Corporations (6/2012)
259.22  Unauthorized Practice of Law—Foreclosure Fees (6/2012)
259.23  Unauthorized Practice of Law—Appearing for Creditors in [Insolvency] [Bankruptcy] and Other Proceedings (6/2012)
259.30  Practice as a Clinical Addiction Specialist Without a License. G.S. 90-113.43(a)(1). (6/2020)
259.31  Practice as a Clinical Addiction Specialist Without a License—Using [Letters] [Words] [Numerical Codes] [Insignia]. G.S. 90-113.43(a)(2). (6/2020)
259.32  [Practice] [Attempt to Practice] as a Clinical Addiction Specialist With a [Revoked] [Lapsed] [Suspended] Certification or License. G.S. 90-113.43(a)(3). (6/2020)
259.33  [Aiding] [Abetting] [Assisting] the Practice of a Clinical Addiction Specialist Without a License. G.S. 90-113.43(a)(4). (6/2020)
259.34  Knowingly Serving in a Position Required by Law to be Filled by a Clinical Addiction Specialist. G.S. 90-113.43(a)(5). (6/2020)
259.40  Bank Examiner Making False Report. G.S. 53C-8-7. (6/2013)
259.41  [Bank Examiner] [Other Employee] Disclosing Confidential Information. G.S. 53C-8-8. (6/2013)
259.42  Willfully and Maliciously Making [False] [Derogatory] Reports. G.S. 53C-8-10. (6/2013)
259.43  [Bank] [Officer] [Director] [Employee] Making Extension of Credit to a Disqualified Individual. G.S. 53C-8-9. (6/2013)
259.50  Attempt to [Evade] [Defeat] Tax. G.S. 105-236(a)(7). (6/2016)
259.51  Willful Failure to [Collect] [Withhold] [Pay Over] Tax. G.S. 105-236(a)(8). (6/2016)
259.52  Willful Failure to [File Return] [Supply Information] [Pay Tax]. G.S. 105-236(a)(9). (6/2016)
259.53  [Aiding] [Assisting] [Procuring] [Counseling] [Advising] in the [Preparation] [Presentation] [Filing] of a [Fraudulent] [False] Tax Document by a Tax Return Preparer. G.S. 105-236(a)(9a). (6/2016)
259.53A  [Aiding] [Assisting] [Procuring] [Counseling] [Advising] in the [Preparation] [Presentation] [Filing] of a [Fraudulent] [False] Tax Document by Any Person Other Than a Tax Return Preparer. G.S. 105-236(a)(7). (6/2016)
259.55  Identity Theft – Submission to the Department of Revenue. (6/2018)
259.57  Identity Theft – Submission to the Department of Revenue Resulting in Adverse Financial Impact. (6/2018)
259.60  Unlawful Handling of Waste Kitchen Grease. G.S. 14-79.2. (6/2013)
259.70  Medicaid Subrogation – Withholding Information. G.S. 108A-57(b). (6/2014)
259.80  Misuse of 911 System. G.S. 14-111.4. (6/2014)
259.85  Subsurface Injection of Waste. G.S. 113-395.2, 143-214.2 (6/2015)
259.90  Member of a [County] [City] Inspection Department Who Willfully [Fails to Perform Duties] [Improperly [Issues Permit] [[Gives Certificate of Compliance] [Without First Making the Required Inspections by Law.]]]. G.S. 153A-356; 160A-416. (6/2016)
259.95  Illegal Operation of Amusement Devices Causing [Death] [Serious Injury]. G.S. 95-111.13. (6/2016)
259.97   [Counterfeiting] [Selling] [Lending] [Permitting Use of] Photo Identification for Voting. G.S.  163A-1389(19)  (6/2019)
259.98  Voting More Than One Time in an Election in North Carolina (With Verdict Form). G.S. 163-275(7). (6/2017)

Dangerous Drugs

260 Series—Directory of Dangerous Drug Charges. (6/1996)
260.10  Possession of a Controlled Substance. G.S. 1, 90-95(a)(3)(d). (6/2014)
260.11  Aggravated Possession of a Controlled Substance—Including I,Misd I, Misd 1, Lesser Offenses. G.S. 90-95. (6/2014)
260.12  Possession of a Controlled Substance on Premises of a Penal Institution or Local Confinement Facility. G.S. 90-95(a)(3), (e)(9). *(On or after 12/97, Voluntary Manslaughter Is a Class D felony.) (6/2014)
260.15  Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to [Manufacture] [Sell] [Deliver]—Lesser Included Offense. G.S. 90-95(a)(1), (3); (b); (d). (6/2014) 
260.15A  Possession of a Counterfeit Controlled Substance with Intent to [Sell] [Deliver]. G.S. 90-87(6) and 90-95(a)(2), (c). (6/2014)
260.15B  Possession of an Immediate Precursor Chemical. G.S. 90-95(d1), (d2). (12/2004)
260.16  Aggravated Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to [Manufacture] [Sell] [Deliver]—Lesser Included Offenses. G.S. 90-95(a)(1), (b)(2), (e)(1–4). (6/2014)
260.17   Drug Trafficking—Possession (Marijuana, Methaqualone, Cocaine, Amphetamine, Methamphetamine, Opium Opiate, Opioid or Heroin, Lysergic Acid Diethylamide, Methylenedioxyamphetamine, Methylenedioxymethamphetamine, Substituted Cathinones, Or Synthetic Cannabinoid).. G.S. 90-95(h). (6/2019)
260.18  Forged Prescription—Acquiring or Obtaining Possession of a Controlled Substance by Misrepresentation, Fraud, Forgery, Deception or Subterfuge. G.S. 90-108(a)(10). (6/2014)
260.19  Manufacturing a Controlled Substance. G.S. 90-95(a)(1). (1/2001)
260.19A  Creating a Counterfeit Controlled Substance. G.S. 90-95(a)(2) and 90-87(b). (1/2001)
260.20  Aggravated Manufacture of Controlled Substance—Lesser Included Offense. G.S. 90-95(a)(1), (e)(1-4). (1/2001)
260.20A   Drug Trafficking—Manufacturing (Marijuana, Methaqualone, Cocaine, Amphetamine, Methamphetamine, Opium, Opiate, Opioid or Heroin, Lysergic Acid Diethylamide, Methylenedioxyamphetamine, Methylenedioxymethamphetamine, Substituted Cathinones, Or Synthetic Cannabinoid). G.S. 90-95(h). (6/2019)
260.21  [Selling] [Delivering] a Controlled Substance. G.S. 90-95(a)(1). *(On or after 12/97, Voluntary Manslaughter is a Class D felony.) (1/2001)
260.21A  [Selling] [Delivering] a Counterfeit Controlled Substance. G.S. 90-95(a)(2) and 90-87(6). (1/2001)
260.22  Sale or Delivery of a Controlled Substance to a Minor or Pregnant Woman—Lesser Included Offense. G.S. 90-95(a)(1), (e)(5). (1/2001)
260.22A  Sale or Delivery of a Controlled Substance on or within 1,000 Feet of School Property. G.S. 90-95(e)(8). (6/2012)
260.22B  Sale or Delivery of a Controlled Substance on or within 1,000 Feet of a Public Park G.S. 90-95(e)(10). (6/2008)
260.22C  Sale or Delivery of a Controlled Substance on Property Used for a Child Care Center. G.S. 90-95(e)(8). (6/2008)
260.23  Drug Trafficking—[Selling] [Delivering] (Marijuana, Methaqualone, Cocaine, Amphetamine, Methamphetamine, Opium, Opiate, Opioid or Heroin, Lysergic Acid Diethylamide, Methylenedioxyamphetamine, Methylenedioxymethamphetamine, Substituted Cathinones, Or Synthetic Cannabinoid). G.S. 90-95(h). (6/2019)
260.30  Drug Trafficking—Transportation (Marijuana, Methaqualone, Cocaine, Amphetamine, Methamphetamine, Opium, Opiate, Opioid or Heroin, Lysergic Acid Diethylamide, Methylenedioxyamphetamine, Methylenedioxymethamphetamine, Substituted Cathinones, Or Synthetic Cannabinoid). G.S. 90-95(h). (6/2019)
260.40  Employing a Minor to Commit a Drug Law Violation. G.S. 90-95.4. (1/2001)
260.41  Promoting Drug Sales by a Minor. G.S. 90-95.6. (1/2001)
260.42  Participating in a Drug Violation by a Minor. G.S. 90-95.7. (3/2001)
260.45  General Aggravating Conditions Applicable to Drug Charges. G.S. 90-95(d), (e)(1–5). (12/2003)
260.70  Continuing Criminal Enterprise—The Controlled Substances Act. G.S. 90-95.1. (3/2001)
260.80  Feloniously Dispensing a Controlled Substance (Practitioner or Registrant)—Lesser Included Offense. G.S. 90-108(a)(2) and (b); 90-106. (3/2001)
260.81  Feloniously [Diverting] [Embezzling] a Controlled Substance (Practitioner, Registrant, or Employee). G.S. 90-108(b)(2) and 90-108(a)(14). (6/2019)
260.82   Feloniously [Diverting] [Embezzling] a Controlled Substance by [Dilution] (or) [Substitution] (Practitioner, Registrant, or Employee). G.S. 90-108(b)(3) and 90-108(a)(14). (6.2019)
260.83   Feloniously [Diverting] [Embezzling] a Controlled Substance (By Virtue of Occupation). G.S. 90-108(b)(2) and 90-108(a)(15). (6/2019)
260.84   Feloniously [Diverting] [Embezzling] a Controlled Substance by [Dilution] (or) [Substitution] (By Virtue of Occupation). G.S. § 90-108(b)(3) and 90-108(a)(15). (6/2019)
260.85   Felonious Use of Controlled Substances Reporting System– Unauthorized [Disclosure] [Dissemination]. G.S.  90-113.74(k)(2). (6/2019)
260.86   Felonious Use of Controlled Substances Reporting System— [Commercial Advantage] [Personal Gain] [Maliciously Harm]. G.S.  90-113.74(k)(3). (6/2019)
260.87   Felonious Use of Controlled Substances Reporting System for an Unauthorized Purpose. G.S.  90-113.74(k)(1). (6/2019)
260.90  [Intentionally] [Knowingly] [Keeping] [Maintaining] a Building for the [Use] [Keeping] [Selling] of Controlled Substances. G.S. 90-108(a)(7). (6/2009)
260.95  Possession or Use of Drug Paraphernalia. G.S. 90-113.22. (6/2014)
260.96A  Willfully and Knowingly Offering a [Glass Tube] [Splitter] for Retail Sale by Self-Service. G.S. 90-113.82(a) (6/2010)
260.96B  Failure to Comply with Restrictions on Sales of [Glass Tubes] [Splitters]. G.S. 20-113.82(b) (6/2010)
260.96C  Failure to Maintain Records of Purchasers of [Glass Tubes] [Splitters]. G.S. 20-113.82(c) (6/2010)
260.96D  Failure to Train Agents and Employees on Requirements of Sales of [Glass Tubes] [Splitters]. G.S. 20-113.82(c) (6/2010)
261.10  Adulterating a [Urine] [Bodily Fluid] Sample with the Intent to Defraud a [Drug] [Alcohol] Test. G.S. 14-401.20(b). (4/2003)
261.20  Attempt to [Foil] [Defeat] a [Drug] [Alcohol] Screening Test by the [[Substitution] [Spiking] of a Urine Sample] [Advertisement of a [Sample Substitution] [Spiking Device or Measure]]. G.S. 14-401.20(a)(2). (4/2003)
261.30  Distributing or Transporting Urine to Defraud a [Drug] [Alcohol] Test. G.S. 14-401.20. (4/2003)
261.40  [Possessing] [Selling] Adulterants Intended to Be Used to Adulterate a [Urine] [Bodily Fluid] Sample for the Purpose of Defrauding a [Drug] [Alcohol] Screening Test. G.S. 14-401.20(b)(2), (3). (4/2003)
261.50  Pseudoephedrine Sales—Retailer. G.S. 90-113.56. (6/2013)
261.51  Pseudoephedrine Sales—Purchaser. G.S. 90-113.56. (6/2013)
261.52  Pseudoephedrine Sales—[Employee of Retailer] [Other Person]. G.S. 90-113.56. (6/2013)
261.53  Pseudoephedrine Sales—Retailer Who Fails to Train Employees. G.S. 90-113.56. (6/2012)
261.55  Possession of a Pseudoephedrine Product with Prior Conviction for the [Possession] With Intent to [Sell] [Deliver]] [Trafficing] [Manufacture of] a [Methamphetamine] [Immediate Precursor Chemical]. G.S. 90-95(d1)(1)(c). (6/2016)
261.60  [Manufacturing] [Distributing] [Dispensing] [Delivering] [Purchasing] Marijuana on Property Lawfully Used for Industrial Hemp Production. G.S. 106-568.57(a). (6/2017)
261.65  Providing [False] [Misleading] Information to the Industrial Hemp Commission Related to a License [Application] [Renewal] [Inspection] [Investigation]. G.S. 106-568.57(b). (6/2017)
261.70  [Tampering With] [Adulterating] a Lawfully Planted Industrial Hemp Crop. G.S. 106-568.57(c). (6/2017)

Traffic Offenses

270.00  Model Jury Instruction. (6/2011)
270A.25  Operating Vessel While Under the Influence of an Impairing Substance. G.S. 75A-10(b1). (6/2017)
270A.27  [Recklessly] [Negligently] [Operating a [Motorboat] [Vessel]] [Manipulating [Water Skis] [A Surfboard.]]. G.S. 75A-10(a). (6/2017)
270A.27A  Manipulating [Water Skis] [A Surfboard] [Nonmotorized Vessel] While Under the Influence of an Impairing Substance. G.S. 75A-10(b). (6/2017)
270A.27B  [Death] [Serious Injury] by Impaired Boating. G.S. 75A-10.3(a),(b),(f). (6/2017)
270A.27C  Aggravated [Death] [Serious Injury] by Impaired Boating. G.S. 75A-10.3(c),(d),(f). (6/2017)
270A.27D  Repeat Death by Impaired Boating. G.S. 75A-10.3(e),(f). (6/2017)
270.05  Punishment Levels For Impaired Driving. (1/1995)
270.05A  Punishment Levels For Impaired Driving. (1/1999)
270.15  Aggravating Factors for Impaired Driving. G.S. 20-179. (6/2016)
270.15A  Verdict Form—Aggravating Factors for Impaired Driving. G.S. 20-179. (6/2016)
270.20  Impaired Driving (offenses prior to Dec. 1, 2006). G.S. 20-138.1. (6/2010)
270.20A  Impaired Driving (offenses after Dec. 1, 2006). G.S. 20-138.1. (6/2016)
270.21  Impaired Driving of a Commercial Vehicle (offenses prior to Dec. 1, 2006). G.S. 20-138.2 and -138.2A. (6/2010)
270.21A  Impaired Driving in a Commercial Vehicle (offenses after Dec. 1, 2006). G.S. 20-138.2 and -138.2A. (6/2014)
270.23  Operating a [School Bus] [School Activity Bus] [Child Care Vehicle] [Ambulance] [EMS Vehicle] [Firefighting Vehicle] [Law Enforcement Vehicle] After Consuming Alcohol. G.S. 20-138.2B(a). (6/2014)
270.25  Habitual Impaired Driving—Including Chemical Test (offenses prior to Dec. 1, 2006). G.S. 20-138.5. (6/2015)
270.25A  Habitual Impaired Driving—Including Chemical Test (offenses after Dec. 1, 2006). G.S. 20-138.5. (6/2018)
270.30  Driving by a person Less Than 21 Years Old [While] [After] Consuming Alcohol or Drugs. G.S. 20-138.3. (5/1999)
270.35  Possession of an Open Container of Alcoholic Beverage. G.S. 20-138.7(a1). (6/2014)
270.40  Transporting An Open Container of Alcoholic Beverage. G.S. 20-138.7(a). (6/2010)
270.50  Speeding in Excess of [15 mph More Than Speed Limit] [80 mph]. G.S. 20-141(j1). (5/2001)
270.51  Driving Too Fast for Conditions. G.S. 20-141(a). (4/2001)
270.52  Speeding Inside Municipal Corporate Limits—No Limit Posted. G.S. 20-141(b). (3/2001)
270.53  Exceeding the Posted Speed Limit. G.S. 20-141(d), (e), (f). (4/2001)
270.54  Misdemeanor Operating a Motor Vehicle to Elude Arrest. G.S. 20-141.5(a). (4/2001)
270.54A  Felony, Misdemeanor Operating a Motor Vehicle to Elude Arrest. G.S. 20-141.5(a) and (b). (4/2001)
270.54B  Operating a Motor Vehicle to Elude Arrest Resulting in Death. G.S. 20-141.5(b1). (6/2006)
270.54C  Operating a Motor Vehicle to Elude Arrest Accompanied by Aggravating Factors Resulting in Death. G.S. 20-141.5(b1). (6/2006)
270.55  Willfully Engaging in a Speed Competition on a Street or Highway. G.S. 20-141.3(b). (3/2001)
270.56  Willfully Engaging in a Prearranged Speed Competition on a Street or Highway. G.S. 20-141.3(a). (3/2001)
270.57  Failure to Slow Down. G.S. 20-141(m). (6/2020) 
270.58  Turning at Intersections. G.S. 20-153. (4/2001)
270.59  Turning at Intersections—Local Ordinance. G.S. 20-153(c). (4/2001)
270.60  Unsafe Movement (Starting, Stopping, or Turning). G.S. 20-154. (6/2014)
270.60A  Unsafe Movement Causing [Property Damage] [Personal Injury] to Motorcycle Operator. G.S. 20-154(a1). (6/2014)
270.60B  Unsafe Movement Causing [Property Damage in Excess of Five Thousand ($5,000) Dollars] [Serious Bodily Injury] to a Motorcycle [Operator] [Passenger]. G.S. 20-154(a1), (a2). (6/2014)
270.61  Unsafe Movement (Backing). G.S. 20-154. (6/2012)
270.61A  Unsafe Movement (Backing) Causing [Property Damage] [Personal Injury] to Motorcycle Operator. G.S. 20-154(a1). (6/2014)
270.61B  Unsafe Movement (Backing) Causing [Property Damage in Excess of Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000)] [Serious Bodily Injury] to a Motorcycle [Operator] [Passenger]. G.S. 20-154(a1), (a2). (6/2014)
270.62  Willfully Covering Registration Plate. G.S. 20-63(g). (2/2005)
270.65  Failure to Stop for Blue Light and Siren (Approaching Police Vehicle). G.S. 20-157(a); 20-125. (6/2013)
270.66  Failure to Stop for Blue Light and Siren (Approaching Law Enforcement Vehicle) Causing Serious Injury or Death to a Law Enforcement Officer, Firefighter, or Other Rescue Worker. G.S. 20-157(a), (i); 20-125. (6/2006)
270.67  Failure to Stop for Blue Light and Siren (Approaching Law Enforcement Vehicle) Causing Injury to a Law Enforcement Officer, Firefighter, or Other Rescue Worker. G.S. 20-157(a), (h); 20-125. (6/2006)
270.68  Failure to Stop for Blue Light and Siren (Approaching Law Enforcement Vehicle) Causing Damage to Property in Excess of $500. G.S. 20-157(a), (h); 20-125. (6/2006)
270.70  Failure to Stop for a Traffic Control Signal. G.S. 20-158(b)(2). (12/2004)
270.71  Failure to Stop for Flashing Red Light. G.S. 20-158(b)(3). (4/2004)
270.72  Failure to Stop for Stop Sign. G.S. 20-158(b)(1). (4/2004)
270.73  Failure to Yield to a Pedestrian. G.S. 20-158(b). (3/2005)
270.75  Passing Stopped School Bus. G.S. 20-217. (6/2006)
270.76  Passing Stopped School Bus—Striking a Person Causing Serious Bodily Injury. G.S. 20-217. (6/2010)
270.76A  Passing Stopped School Bus—Striking a Person Causing Death. G.S. 20-217. (6/2010)
270.77  Unlawful Use of Mobile Phone to [Manually Enter Multiple Letters or Text As a Means of Communicating with Another Person] [Read Any [Electronic Mail] [Text Message] [Transmitted to] [Stored Within] the Device] While Operating
a School Bus. (Texting While Operating a School Bus) G.S. 20-137.4(b). (6/2010)
270.80  Reckless Driving—Carelessly and Heedlessly. G.S. 20-140(a). (5/2001)
270.81  Reckless Driving—Driving to Endanger. G.S. 20-140(b). (5/2001)
270.90   Failure to Maintain Lane Control. G.S. 20-146(d)(1). (6/2019)
270A.10  Infliction of Serious Bodily Injury by Operation of Aircraft While Impaired (Flying High). G.S. 63-28. (5/2001)
270A.15  Operation of Aircraft While Impaired (Flying High). G.S. 63-27. (5/2001)
270A.20  Operating Vessel in Reckless Manner. G.S. 75A-10(a). (6/2008)
270A.25  Operating Vessel While under the Influence of an Impairing Substance. G.S. 75A-10(b1). (6/2008)
270A.27  [Recklessly] [Negligently] [Operating a [Motorboat] [Vessel]][Manipulating [Water Skis] [A Surfboard.]]. G.S. 75A-10(a).
270A.27A  Manipulating [Water Skis] [A Surfboard] [Nonmotorized Vessel] While Under the Influence of an Impairing Substance.G.S. 75A-10(b). (6/2017)
270A.27B  [Death] [Serious Injury] by Impaired Boating.G.S. 75A-10.3(a),(b),(f). (6/2017)
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70A.27C  Aggravated [Death] [Serious Injury] by Impaired Boating. G.S. 75A-10.3(c),(d),(f). (6/2017)
270A.27D  Repeat Death by Impaired Boating. G.S. 75A-10.3(e),(f). (6/2017)
270A.30  Improper Vessel Registration. (6/2009)

Non-Traffic Automobile Offenses

271.10  Driving a Motor Vehicle on a Public Highway While License Has Been Suspended or Revoked. G.S. 20-28. (5/2001)
271.12  Driving a Motor Vehicle on a Highway while License Revoked for Impaired Driving. (6/2018)
271.15  Operating a Motor Vehicle in Violation of License Limitation. G.S. 20-7(e). (5/2001)
271.16  Operating a Motor Vehicle in Violation of a Limited Driving Privilege. G.S. 20-179.3(j). (5/2001)
271.21  Knowingly Permitting Motor Vehicle to Be Driven by a Person Having No Legal Right to Do So. G.S. 20-34; 20-35. (5/2001)
271.22  [Driving] Permitting Another to Drive] a Vehicle that [is Not Register] [Does Not Display a Registration Plate]. Misdemeanor. G.S. 20-111(1) (6/2011)
271.23  Sex Offender Driving [commercial passenger vehicle] [school bus]. G.S. 20-27.1. (6/2010)
271.25  [Receiving] [Transferring] a Stolen Vehicle with Intent to [Procure] [Pass] Title to That Vehicle. G.S. 20-106. (5/2001)
271.26  Possession of a Stolen Vehicle. G.S. 20-106. (6/2016)
271.28  Forging an Inspection [Sticker] [Receipt]. G.S. 20-183.8(c)(1). (6/2017)
271.28A  [Buying] [Selling] [Issuing] [Possessing] a Forged [Inspection Sticker] [An Electronic Inspection Authorization]. G.S. 20-183.8(c)(2). (6/2017)
271.28B  Unlawfully [Buying] [Selling] [Issuing] [Possessing] an [Inspection Sticker] [Electronic Inspection Authorization]. G.S. 20-183.8(c)(3). (6/2017)
271.28C  Failing the [Safety] [Emissions] Inspection of a Vehicle for an Unlawful Reason. G.S. 20-183.8(c)(5). (6/2017)
271.28D  [Soliciting] [Accepting] Something of Value in Order to Pass a Vehicle That Fails [Safety] [Emissions] Inspection. G.S. 20-183.8(c)(4). (6/2017)
271.30  Willfully Injuring or Tampering with or Removing Parts from a Vehicle without the Consent of the Owner. G.S. 20-107(a). (5/2001)
271.31  [Climbing Into] [Attempting to or Setting in Motion] a Vehicle with Intent to Steal, Commit Malicious Injury, etc. G.S. 20-107(b). (5/2001)
271.34  [Failure] [Refusal] to Surrender to the Division of Motor Vehicles, Upon Demand, Any [Title Certificate] [Registration Card] [Registration Number Plate] Which Has Been [Suspended] [Cancelled] Revoked]. Misdemeanor. G.S. 20-111(4) (6/2011)
271.35  Alteration or Change of Engine or Other Number on a Vehicle. G.S. 20-109(a)(1). (5/2001)
271.36  Permitting the Alteration or Change of Engine or Other Numbers on a Vehicle. G.S. 20-109(a)(2). (5/2001)
271.37  Unlawful Placing or Stamping of a Serial or Other Number upon a Vehicle, Where Such Number Has Not Been Assigned to the Vehicle by the Division of Motor Vehicles. G.S. 20-109(a)(3). (5/2001)
271.38  Knowingly Permitting the Placing or Stamping of a Serial or Motor Number upon a Motor Vehicle by Its Owner, Where the Number Has Not Been Assigned to Such Vehicle by the Division of Motor Vehicles. G.S. 20-109(a)(4). (5/2001)
271.39  Alteration of a Serial or Motor Number Assigned to a Vehicle by the Division of Motor Vehicles with the Intent to Conceal or Misrepresent Its True Identity. G.S. 20-109(b)(1). (5/2001)
271.40  Permitting by Owner of a Vehicle the Alteration or Use of a Serial or Motor Number Assigned to That Vehicle by the Division of Motor Vehicles with the Intent to Conceal or Misrepresent Its True Identity. G.S. 20-109(b)(2). (5/2001)
271.41  Unlawful Use of a [Driver’s License] [Learner’s Permit] [Special Identification Card] Issued by the Division of Motor Vehicles. G.S. 20-30; 20-37.8(b). (2/2000)
271.42  Possession or Manufacture of Certain Fraudulent Forms of Identification. G.S. 14-100.1. (5/2002)
271.43  Willfully Displaying an Expired [License] [Registration Plate] on a Vehicle Knowing the Same to be Expired. G.S. 20-111(2). Misdemeanor. (6/2011)
271.44  [Displaying] [Causing to be Displayed] [Permitting to be Displayed] a [Registration Card] [Certificate of Title] [Registration Number Plate] that is [Fictitious] [Has Been [Cancelled] [Revoked] [Suspended] [Altered]] Misdemeanor. G.S. 20-111(2). (6/2011)
271.45  Performing [Safety] [Emissions] Inspection on a Motor Vehicle Without a License. G.S. 20-183.8. (6/2017)
271.46  [Giving] [Lending] [Borrowing] of a License Plate for the Purpose of Using Same on Some Motor Vehicle Other Than That For Which Issued. Misdemeanor. G.S. 20-111(3). (6/2011)
271.47  Knowingly [Making a False Statement] [Concealing a Material Fact] [Committing Fraud] in Any Application for [the Registration of Any Vehicle] [Certificate of Title] [Renewal] [Duplicate]. G.S. 20-111(5). Misdemeanor. (6/2011)
271.48  Use of a [Name] [Address] that is [False] [Fictitious] in Any Application for [the Registration of Any Vehicle] [Certificate of Title] [Renewal] [Duplicate]. G.S. 20-111(5). (6/2011)
271.49  [Giving] [Lending] [Selling] [Obtaining] a Certificate of Title for the Purpose of Using the Certificate for Any Purpose Other than the [Registration] [Sale] [Other Use in Connection with the Vehicle for which the Certificate was Issued]. G.S. 20-111(6). (6/2011)
[271.50  Series—Introduction to Hit and Run Instructions. (1/1997)]
271.50  Felonious Hit and Run with Serious Bodily Injury or Death (Failure to Stop), Including Lesser Offense. G.S. 20-166(a), (c)(2). (6/2018)
271.51  Hit and Run with Personal Injury or Death (Failure to Stop or Give Required Information). G.S. 20-166(c), (c1). (6/2009)
271.52  Hit and Run with Serious Bodily Injury or Death (Defendant Stopped but Failed to Give Required Information or Render Assistance). G.S. 20-166(b). (6/2009)
271.53  Hit and Run with Property Damage. G.S. 20-166(c), (c1). (6/2009)
271.54  Felonious Hit and Run with Injury (Failure to Stop) Including Lesser Offense. G.S. 20-166(a1), (c)(2). (6/2009)
271.61  Removal of Vehicle from Scene after Accident Resulting in [Injury] [Death] to Any Person—Driver. G.S. 20-166(a). (6/2006)
271.62  Removal of Vehicle from Scene after Accident Resulting in [Damage to Property] [[Injury] [Death] to Any Person of Which the Driver Was Unaware]—Driver. G.S. 20-166(c). (6/2006)
271.66  Failure to Return with the Vehicle after Being Permitted to Remove It from the Scene after an Accident Resulting in [Injury] [Death] to Any Person—Driver. G.S. 20-166(a). (6/2006)
271.67  Failure to Return with the Vehicle after Being Permitted to Remove It from the Scene after an Accident Resulting in [Damage to Property] [[Injury] [Death] to Person of Which the Driver Was Unaware]—Driver. G.S. 20-166(c). (6/2006)
271.70  Leaving Scene after Accident Resulting in [Injury] [Death] to Any Person—Passenger. G.S. 20-166.2(a). (6/2006)
271.71  Leaving Scene after Accident Resulting in [Damage to Property] [[Injury] [Death] to Person of Which the Passenger was Unaware]—Passenger. G.S. 20-166.2(a). (6/2006)
271.72  Failure to Render Assistance—Passenger. G.S. 20-166.2(b) (6/2006)
271.73  Failure to Stop or Give Required Information after Accident—Passenger. G.S. 20-166.2(b). (6/2006)
271.74  Removal of Vehicle from Scene after Accident Resulting in [Injury] [Death] to Any Person—Passenger. G.S. 20-166.2(a). (6/2006)
271.75  Removal of Vehicle from Scene after Accident Resulting in [Damage to Property] [Injury or Death to Person of Which the Passenger Was Unaware]—Passenger. G.S. 20-166.2(a). (6/2006)
271.76  Failure to Return with the Vehicle after Being Permitted to Remove It from the Scene after an Accident Resulting in [Injury] [Death] to Any Person—Passenger. G.S. 20-166.2(a). (6/2006)
271.77  Failure to Return with the Vehicle after Being Permitted to Remove It from the Scene after an Accident Resulting in [Damage to Property] [Injury or Death to Person of Which the Passenger was Unaware]—Passenger. G.S. 20-166.2(a).
(6/2006)
271.80  Tampering with Ignition Interlock Device—Avoiding or Altering Testing in Operation of a Vehicle (6/2012)
271.81  Tampering with Ignition Interlock Device—Altering Testing Results on Ignition Interlock Device (6/2012)
271.91  Liability Insurance for Motor Vehicles. Misdemeanor.— Deleted. (6/2019)
271.92  Operation of Motor Vehicles Without Financial Responsibility.  G.S. 20-309 (b), 20-313. (6/2019)
271.94  Impersonation of a Transportation Network Company Driver. G.S. 14-401.27. (6/2020) 
271.95  Impersonation of a Transportation Network Company Driver While [Committing] [Attempting to Commit] a Felony. G.S. 14-401.27. (6/2020)
271.97  [Import] [Manufacture] [Sale] [Offer of Sale] [Installation] [Reinstallation] of [Counterfeit Supplemental Restraint System] [Nonfunctional Airbag]. 20-136.2. (6/2020)
271.98  Contributing to a Person’s [Physical Injury] [Death] By [Importing] [Manufacturing] [Selling] [Offering for Sale] [Installing] [Reinstalling] a [Counterfeit Supplemental Restraint System] [Nonfunctional Airbag]. G.S. 20-136.2. (6/2020)

Intoxicating Liquors

272.10  Possession of Nontaxpaid Alcoholic Beverages. G.S. 18B-101(4), -102. (5/2001)
272.11  Transporting of Nontaxpaid Alcoholic Beverages. G.S. 18B-101(4), -102. (5/2001)
272.13  Possession of Nontaxpaid Alcoholic Beverages with Intent to Sell. G.S. 18B-304(b)(3). (5/2002)
272.14  Knowingly Selling or Giving Cigarettes, Cut Tobacco, Cigarette Wrapping Papers, or Smokeless Tobacco to a Person under the Age of 18 Years. G.S. 14-313. (6/2014)
272.15A  Selling or Giving Fortified Wine, Spirituous Liquor, or Mixed Beverages to a Person Less Than Twenty-One Years. G.S. 18B-302(a)(2). (5/2001)
272.18  Purchase or Possession of Fortified Wine, Spirituous Liquor or Mixed Beverages by a Person Less Than Twenty-One. G.S. 18B-302(b)(2). (6/2014)
272.18A  Attempt to Purchase Fortified Wine, Spirituous Liquor, or Mixed Beverages by a Person Less Than Twenty-One Years. G.S. 18B-302(b)(2). (5/2001)
272.19  Aiding and Abetting an Underage Person to Purchase or Possess Malt Beverages, Unfortified Wine, Fortified Wine, Spirituous Liquor or Mixed Beverages. G.S. 18B-302(c). (5/2001)
272.20  Transportation within Passenger Area of Motor Vehicle of Fortified Wine or Spirituous Liquor in Other Than Manufacturer’s Unopened Original Container. G.S. 18B-401(a). (5/2001)
272.21  Consuming Malt Beverage or Unfortified Wine by the Driver of Motor Vehicle. G.S. 18B-401(a). (5/2001)
272.21A  Possession of Malt Beverages with the Intent to Sell without Obtaining Permit or License. G.S. 18B-304(a). (5/2002)
272.22  Fraudulent Use of Identification by an Underage Person in Obtaining or Attempting to Obtain Alcoholic Beverage. G.S. 18B-302(e); (b). (5/2001)
272.25  Consumption of Alcohol by a Person Less Than 19 Years of Age. G.S. 18B-302(b)(3). (6/2014)
272.26  Consumption of Alcohol by Person Greater Than 19 Years of Age but Less Than 21 Years of Age. G.S. 18B-302(i) (6/2014)
272.40  [Manufacturer] [Sale] [Transportation] [Importation] [Furnishing] [Consumption] [Possession] Of Powdered Alcohol. G.S. 18B-102 (6/2016)
272.60  [Sale] [Offer for Sale] [Introduce Into Commerce in North Carolina] of an E-liquid Container Without Child-Resistant Packaging. G.S. 14-401.18A. (6/2016)
272.65  [Sale] [Offer for Sale] [Introduce Into Commerce in North Carolina] of an E-liquid Container for E-liquid Product Containing Nicotine Without Labeling Nicotine Contents on Packaging. G.S. 14-401.18A (6/2016)
272.80   Knowingly Making a False Statement in an Application for Reissuance of a Special Occasion Permit. G.S. 18B-903.1(e). (6.2019)

Game Laws

273.10  Firelighting or Spotlighting (Taking Deer by Artificial Light). G.S. 113-291.1(b)(2), -130(7), -294(e). (5/2001)
273.20  Taking a Deer from a Boat. G.S. 113-109(e). (9/2001)
273.30  Hunting, etc., While License Is Revoked. G.S. 113-300.8. (6/2009)
273.40  [Purchasing] [Possessing] License to Hunt, etc., While License Is Revoked. G.S. 113-300.8. (6/2009)
273.50  Unlawful Hunting with a Firearm on Sunday. G.S. 103-2. (6/2018)
273.55  Unlawful Hunting of Migratory Birds on Sunday. (6/2018)

Welfare Fraud

274.10  Misdemeanor Misrepresentation in Obtaining Public Assistance. G.S. 108A-39(a). (9/2001)
274.15  Felonious Misrepresentation in Obtaining Public Assistance—More Than $400. G.S. 108A-39(b). (9/2001)
274.20  Misdemeanor Obtaining Food Stamps by Misrepresentation. G.S. 108A-53(b). (10/2001)
274.21  Feloniously Obtaining Food Stamps by Misrepresentation—More Than $400 G.S. 108A-53(a). (10/2001)
274.22  Misdemeanor Obtaining Food Stamps by Misrepresentation—Aiding and Abetting. G.S. 108A-53(b). (10/2001)
274.23  Feloniously Obtaining Food Stamps by Misrepresentation—Aiding and Abetting. G.S. 108A-53(a). (10/2001)
275.10  Unsupervised Use of Fully Autonomous Vehicle by a Person Under the Age of 12. (6/2018)

Escape

280.20  Felonious Escape. G.S. 148-45(a), (b); 14-256(1), (2). (On or after 12/97, Voluntary Manslaughter Is a Class D
felony.) (6/2014)
280.21  Escape from Private Correction Facility. G.S. 14-256.1. (5/2001)
280.40  Escape from Imprisonment by Use of a Dangerous Weapon. G.S. 14-258.2. (5/2001)
280.41  Assault with a Deadly Weapon Inflicting Bodily Injury While Assisting a Prisoner to Escape or Attempt to Escape. G.S. 14-258.2(b). (12/2001)
280.42  Using a Deadly Weapon in Assisting a Prisoner to Effect His Escape. G.S. 14-258.2. (5/2001)
280.43  Unauthorized Possession or Fabrication of Dangerous Weapon by Prisoner. G.S. 14-258.2(a). (11/2000)
280.44  Misdemeanor Jailbreak or Escape from Confinement Facility Officer. G.S. 14-256. (5/2001)
280.45  Escape of a Working Prisoner. G.S. 14-255. (5/2001)

PART III. DEFENSES

301.10  Alibi. (3/2003)

Automatism

302.10  Automatism or Unconsciousness. (6/2009)

Insanity

304.10  Insanity Defense. (6/2009)

Intoxication

305.10  Voluntary Intoxication, Liquor or Drugs—In General. (6/2020)
305.11  Voluntary Intoxication, Lack of Mental Capacity—Premeditated and Deliberate First Degree Murder. (6/2009)

Medical Purpose

306.10  Accepted Medical Purpose (Defense to First and Second Degree Sexual Offenses Involving Penetration). (6/2020)

Accident

307.10  Accident (Defense to Homicide Charge, Except Homicide Committed during Perpetration of a Felony). (5/2003)
307.11  Accident (Defense in Cases Other Than Homicide). (6/2020)

Self-Defense

308.10  Self-Defense, Retreat—Including Homicide (to Be Used Following Self-Defense Instructions Where Retreat Is in Issue). (6/2019)
308.40  Self-Defense—Assaults Not Involving Deadly Force. (6/2020)
308.41  Detention of Offenders by Private Persons. G.S. 15A-404. (6/2009)
308.45  Self-Defense—All Assaults Involving Deadly Force. (6/2020)
308.45A  Self-Defense Example with 208.10–All Assaults Involving Deadly Force. (6/2019)
308.47  Assault in Lawful Defense of a [Family Member] [Third Person]—(Defense to Assaults Not Involving Deadly Force). (6/2019)
308.50  Assault in Lawful Defense of a [Family Member] [Third Person]—(Defense to All Assaults Involving Deadly Force). (6/2019)
308.60  Killing in Lawful Defense of a [Family Member] [Third Person]—(Defense to Homicide). (6/2019)
308.70  Self-Defense to Sexual Assault—Homicide. (6/2019)
308.80  Defense of [Habitation] [Workplace] [Motor Vehicle]—Homicide and Assault. G.S. 14-51.1. (6/2020)

Entrapment

309.10  Entrapment. (5/2003)

Coercion

310.10  Compulsion, Duress, or Coercion. (6/2019)
310.11  Duress or Necessity Defense to Escape from Department of Correction. (5/2003)
310.12  Necessity. (6/2019)

Jurisdiction

311.10  Lack of Jurisdiction (with Special Verdict Form). (5/2003